Interact with leading techies and brands at PDIT2

Smart packaging and constructive noise – 13 December 2019

Kezzler India

With only three days to go for the Second Packaging Design, Innovation and Technology Conference (PDIT2), leading brand owners from the food, milk, confectionery and personal care segments in India have confirmed their presence at the event. 

On 13 December 2019, in the first-floor auditorium in Hall 8 at Pragati Maidan, the conference participants will interact in meaningful discussions with the leading FMCG, Pharma, Food, Beverage, and Confectionery Brands and industry experts including Nestle, Coca Cola, Pepsico, Marico, and Dabur. Many of the experts will take the stage as panelists and speakers.

PDIT 2019 aims to bring together leading exponents from different parts of the industry to review the latest on offer in terms of Active and Intelligent Packaging, Design and Innovation, and Sustainability alongside Brand Owners, Statutory Authorities, and Consumer Interest Groups. Squaring the Circle of Responsible Packaging promised to be a premium quality industry event in North India with the brand owners, technical experts, and innovators. Be there to take part and make some constructive noise.

Hurry and book your seat at the PDIT2 Conference!

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