Digital Packaging Summit Transitions to Virtual Event in 2020
The sixth annual Digital Packaging Summit, produced by Packaging Impressions and NAPCO Media originally scheduled for Nov. 16-18 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., will transition to a powerful virtual Summit taking place Dec. 1-3, 2020.
The Virtual Digital Packaging Summit provides packaging and converting industry attendees with a unique content-rich, digital experience by combining traditional prequalified executive attendees with an expanded virtual audience of more than 400 registrants.
The Virtual Digital Packaging Summit goes beyond simply broadcasting sessions online. Attendees will experience a dedicated conference program that covers the key topics needed to understand opportunities, challenges, economics and critical decision-making criteria, while also engaging in valuable peer-to-peer interaction.
Additionally, the 2020 event offers attendees:
- Free educational programming with simple sign-up. Hear keynote presentations, user panel discussions, application-specific breakout sessions, and end-user case studies.
- Expert analysis. From emerging trends to next-generation technology that is transforming the labels, flexible packaging, folding carton, and corrugated application segments, the summit provides attendees with an unprecedented look at what’s to come.
- User case studies. Users and solution providers will share stories about technology integration in sessions designed to show attendees the ways in which these solutions can help advance their own business opportunities.
- Access to the Solutions Showcase and 1:1 Meeting Zone. Explore sponsor products and services, speak with sponsor and advisory board members, review materials, and more.
The Virtual Digital Packaging Summit gives attendees exclusive access to key suppliers that play a critical role in the makeup of a successful digital printing solution.
“While we all would have liked for our Digital Packaging Summit community to be together in Ponte Vedra Beach this year, this virtual edition of our sixth annual event will still provide the expert analysis, case studies, and interaction that have made the Digital Packaging Summit the premier event in the industry,” said Brian Ludwick, Executive VP of the Digital Packaging Summit and publisher of Packaging Impressions. “Despite these unprecedented times, printers are looking to advance their businesses, and our goal remains providing the information, advice and connections needed to develop strategies, and make business and investment decisions.”