Four relevant topics will be discussed in Copenhagen at the Converter-only Roundtables, a new feature at the European Label Forum 2019: Sustainability & Recycling, Technology Investment, Marketing, and NextGen Workforce. These roundtables dedicated are an exclusive part of the annual event FINAT for the label industry, which takes place from 5 to 7 June in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tarsus Group (owner and organizer of the Labelexpo and Brand Print Global Series of trade shows) and the Association for PRINT Technologies (owner and organizer of the PRINT® event) have today announced that they will combine efforts to launch Brand Print Americas.
Registration for the 40th anniversary edition of Labelexpo Europe, the world’s biggest label and package printing industry trade show, is now open. Set to take place once again at Brussels Expo from 24-27 September, this unmissable four-day event promises hundreds of live demonstrations of the latest technology, three brand new show features, three expert-led master classes and a workshop.
New in this year’s ELF programme are the converter-only, roundtable discussions to be held on Wednesday afternoon 5 June, from 15.30 – 17.00 CEST at the Scandic Hotel Copenhagen. Label company owners, business executives, and young professionals who have not yet signed up are encouraged to plan for early arrival in Copenhagen and take this unique opportunity to engage in discussions with peers from different countries about topics that keep them awake at night.
Less than 5 weeks to go till the 5th European Label Forum kicks off. The annual summit for business leaders, media representatives and other stakeholders along the labelling value chain in Europe brings together a range of expert speakers covering a range of topics relevant to members’ future business strategy.
Let’s face it. Labels will be digital. Not the print – the label!
I have been working in Talent Acquisition since 2002 and I can definitely say I’m a bit nut for the topic. Having managed several branche offices of recruitment agencies, setting up recruitment strategies for several difficult to recruit target groups in different industries and now being globally responsible for the Employer Brand of Danone, I can’t wait and share some of my insights with you all in Copenhagen.
The search is now underway for the world’s leading innovators in the label and package printing industry, with a total of six awards available at the 16th Label Industry Global Awards 2019. This year is particularly special as they will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of Labelexpo. Two of the awards, one for emerging talent and one for the top converter in the European label industry, have been introduced to mark this milestone.
Too often, packaging remains a secondary consideration for manufacturers, brands, and retailers. However, this traditional industry is about to be disrupted.