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Labelexpo to host 'Brand engagement through packaging'
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Jul '14
Brand owners, retailers, label and packaging designers and buyers are being invited to enroll for the inaugural printing technology master class - Brand engagement through packaging. Taking place on Thursday 11 September, the half day master class is featured as part of Labelexpo Americas 2014.

Brand engagement through packaging is a combination of speaker sessions, guided show tour and hosted lunch. It is designed to give attendees a robust understanding of label and package printing; such as which materials to use, the effects of using the latest technology and design techniques to grow a brand, increase sales and stay ahead of competitors.

Delegates will hear from several leading industry experts across a range of specialisms. Mike Ferrari of Ferrari Innovation Solutions will navigate the shopper’s journey - retail, online and social media. Looking at packaging in the digital age, he will demonstrate how to grow brand revenue and margins by sharing best practice case studies from brands such as Procter & Gamble, Danone and Coca-Cola.

John Foley of interlinkONE and Grow Socially will look at connecting packaging and the web through engaging in social media. John will guide delegates through how to measure their social media profit success through engagement and consumer marketing. He will also outline how to extend the life of the label and packaging to connect with the next generation of consumers as well as teaching attendees to think ‘outside the box’ on how to incorporate the power of digital marketing with their products.

Esko’s Jan De Roeck will explore digital visualization to workflow. De Roeck will reveal how a product’s packaging can be virtually created in 3D to show a range of substrates, printing techniques and finishes and to review its shelf impact. He will also demonstrate how 3D visualization can also be used to show packaging designs to concept teams in remote locations and quicken a product’s route to market with improved approval times.

The master class will be closed by Mike Fairley from the Labelexpo Global Series with his take on new opportunities and solutions in high tech printing and finishing technologies. He will give practical examples of how different printing techniques can be applied to products and how they can also add value. He will also summarize the latest possibilities with new inks, materials, security and brand protection solutions.

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