Programme

Wednesday 6 September 2017

Thursday 7 September 2017

Market trends in the pulp, paper & board, packaging industry

Models of communication and the role of personalisation in print and digital

  • The race - for the future of the world economy | Macronomics, UK
  • Global trends in paper-based packaging | Smithers Pira, UK
  • The outlook for market pulp | Hawkins Wright Ltd., UK
  • European publication paper markets | EMGE & Co Ltd., UK
  • Panel and Q&A session
  • Blurring the lines between digital and print | CEO, Webmart, UK
  • Smart catalogues: a way to increase conversion rates | Xerox, Belgium
  • Why paper books will be even more relevant than now,
    but ebooks will change everything | 24symbols, Spain
  • The consumer’s right to choose paper | Keep me posted, UK
  • Panel and Q&A session

Brand owners perspectives and consumer engagement

Disruptive innovations 

  • IKEA Packaging Development – A non-disruptive evolution | IKEA of Sweden AB, Sweden
  • Packaging is paramount – and other consumer insights | Stora Enso Consumer Board, Finland
  • Micro-moments: your guide to winning the moments that matter with Google | Google Central Europe
  • Consumer driven disruption and how the paper industry can turn threats to opportunities | Iggesund Paperboard, Part of the Holmen Group, The Netherlands
  • Future business perspectives – trends and consumer power | BillerudKorsnäs AB, Sweden
  • Panel discussion and Q&A session
  • The disruptive innovation in printing - myth or reality? | Smithers Pira, UK
  • Paper is Biofore: Latest innovations to answer today’s lifestyle trends | UPM Paper ENA
  • How to cope with changing legal and customer requirements (in food packaging applications) | Omya AG, Switzerland
  • New application in printed electronic for paper | Schoeller Technocell GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
  • A new policy framework for the pulp and paper industry - from climate change to circular economy and sustainability reporting | Austrian Chamber of Commerce, Austria
  • The bioproduct mill – on the way towards carbon neutral society | Metsä Group, Finland
  • Panel and Q&A session