London’s Business Design Centre recently opened its doors for the Packaging Innovations London 2013 and the event was a success.
The two-day event rant from October 1st to 2nd in Islington and showcased a wide range of packaging developments, as well as holding a number of informative seminars. In its fourth year, over 170 different exhibitors took part.
The show consisted of four packaging areas, a learnShop programme, the BIG Packaging Debate, one-one advice and the Lions’ Lair.
The BIG Packaging Debate covered the topic of Internet shopping, how it has changed the way consumers shop, and the implications this has on the packaging industry, packagineuropereports.com.
Over 80 per cent of the exhibitors used the high profile London show to launch new products.
Event director of Packaging Innovations Alison Church spoke to easyfairs.com before the show. She argued that this year was set to be the best yet with a range of new exhibitors and speakers – it seems she was right.
Ms Church claimed: “We understand that the reason that packaging professionals will attend the show is because they’re looking for new innovations, new ideas, and new inspirations so we’ve got a lot of new content and new products for them this year.”