The Print Business Outlook Conference 2018 at Hyderabad

Print Business Outlook Conference

NPES of USA and Telangana Offset Printers Association (TOPA) of Hyderabad will organise the Print Business Outlook Conference 2018 themed ‘Power of Packaging’ on 11 March 2018.

The PBOC 2018 will comprise of some of the top think tanks and will provide a great opportunity to similar minded peers. The conference is aimed at highlighting the insights of emerging practices and industry expertise in packaging and labeling sector.

A number of industry personalities will talk upon a range of topics. Paul Jenkins , founder of ThePackHub will speak on the topic, Why packaging design matters in today’s market?, Chakravarthi AVPS, chief executive officer and managing director of Ecobliss India and global ambassador of World Packaging Organization will speak about Global Trends in Pharmaceutical Packaging. Narendra Paruchuri, chief executive officer of Pragati Offset (P) Ltd will speak on the topic Innovation wins in packaging, Henier Muller, director, key accounts CGS GMbH will speak upon Proofing and prototyping for packaging and Gordon Raid, founder and creative director of Middle Boop will talk on the topic Branding Mistakes – Not listening to the consumer.

A panel discussion will take place during the course of the event. The panel discussion will be titled as ‘The Power of Packaging’. The panelists comprise of, Avinash Kumar Talwar , director – Supply Chain Management, head – Global Sourcing (Strategic & Plant) Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd, S N Venkataraman, divisional head marketing, paperboard and speciality paper division, ITC PSPD, Chandiprasad, general manager – Packaging Development, Aurobindo Pharma, Sanjiv Jaggi, head of Pharma Division, Constantia Flexibles and A Appandurai, country manager, Indigo and Inkjet business solutions, Hewlett Packard India Sales Pvt. Ltd. among others.

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