How are M&S, Coca-Cola, Tesco, Coty, Mitchells & Butlers, AkzoNobel, Britvic, Premier Foods, innocent drinks and more producing exciting, sales-boosting and sustainable packaging? Find out at The Consumer-Driven Packaging Trends & Innovations Conference on October 10th in London. Back by popular demand with fresh, brand-side case studies and practical, frontline experiences, those attending can hear how 15 plus leading retailers and manufacturers are translating the latest consumer trends and market innovations into exciting, sales-boosting and sustainable packaging. These include: 1. Marks & Spencer, Kevin Vyse, Senior Packaging Technologist & Circular Economy Lead; 2. Tesco, James Bull, Head of Packaging; 3. Coca-Cola European Partners, Hans Van Bochove, VP European Public Affairs; 4. Coty, Catherine Lennon, R&D Fine Fragrances: Former Director Consumer-Centric Product Design; 5. Premier Foods, Daniela Busseni, Head of Category Development – Sweet Treats; 6. Winterbotham Darby & Unearthed, Matthew McAuliffe, Head of Product Development & Innovation; 7. Clos 19, Martin Lehec, Head of Customer Experience; 8. Elemental Herbology, Lou Riby, Managing Director; 9. Britvic PLC, Shameem Kazmi, Director of Research & Development & Technical Implementation; 10. Charpak Ltd, Justin Kempson, Sales & Innovation Director. 11. Wheyhey, Katie Griffiths, Marketing Manager.; 12. Mitchells & Butlers, Ben Lockwood, Beer & Cider Procurement Manager; 13. AkzoNobel, Nicole van Leeuwen, Global Filling & Packaging Performance Head; 14. Solutions for Retail Brands, James Butcher, MD; 15. innocent drinks, Louise Stevens, Head of Circular Economy.
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