As a continuation of the recently concluded Sustainability in Packaging Online Conference (March 9-12, 2021), this year's post-conference workshops will take place April 6-7, 2021 - bringing together leading packaging representatives from across the supply chain to discover new solutions, explore new opportunities, and take a deeper dive into the hot topics that are having a significant impact on your sustainable business goals.
Uniting a wide variety of stakeholders from brand owners and retailers, to packaging converters, manufacturers, suppliers, recyclers and more, don't miss this opportunity to network, connect, and explore the future of sustainable packaging in a post-COVID world - driving industry innovation to produce more sustainable packaging solutions and move towards a circular economy.
The Hubilo platform provides a highly interactive experience for delegates, offering the ability to schedule one-to-one meetings, and engage in real-time chat and discussion groups, plus much more.
Now in its 15th year, Sustainability in Packaging US has transitioned to an online format for 2021 to continue to provide expert content and key insights from some of the top brand owners, CPG's, retailers, packaging manufacturers, government regulators, and NGO's who are making moves in the sustainable packaging space.
During the four-day online conference program, attendees will have the opportunity to gain key industry insights and explore the market drivers, key challenges, and future opportunities facing the supply chain, with session topics covering:
Join us to learn more about the efforts taking place to drive continued innovation and produce more sustainable packaging solutions that support the move towards a circular economy.
Nearly 450 packaging and sustainability leaders attend our in-person sustainability in packaging events, including attendees from Starbucks, P&G, Target, Unilever, SC Johnson, PepsiCo, Whirlpool, Blue Diamond Growers, fairlife LLC, Kraft Heinz, Tyson Foods, General Mills, Church & Dwight, and many more!