Attendees to the Digital Packaging Summit note the power of educational sessions, rewarding case studies, and 1:1 meetings as the event closed with insights from brand experts; deep dives into the labels, cartons, corrugated, and flexible packaging markets; and a fireside chat about M&A implications for package print.
Attendees of the eighth annual Digital Packaging Summit started Day 2 with a warm breakfast and friendly networking, before diving into the robust educational agenda, case study presentations, and 1:1 meetings for the day and a lively Casino Night in the evening.
225-plus attendees filled a room in at Ponte Vedra Inn in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, for the eighth annual Digital Packaging Summit.
Three seconds. That’s how long a brand has to grab a consumer’s attention, according to Jeff Jacobs, director of marketing with ePac Flexible Packaging.
EIC of Packaging Impressions Linda Casey moderated a webinar event jam-packed with a lineup of influential and disrupter brands.
Here’s a look at the unique packaging featured in a webinar moderated by Linda Casey, Editor-in-Chief of Packaging Impressions.
It’s been three years since HP Indigo held its Global VIP Event and the energy among attendees was palpable at the event last week.
Attendees left the Inkjet Summit feeling motivated, changed, and hyped to expand the use of inkjet in their production.
The Inkjet Summit is a unique event designed to foster productive relationships between PSPs and industry OEMs and suppliers.
Embellishments can enhance the overall brand experience, but there are considerations to be made before diving into a new service.
View this week’s episode of POW! Package of the Week! to learn how Virtual Packaging in Grapevine, Texas printed and converted a stunner of a folding carton that communicates well on shelf and looks fantastic doing it.
The goal behind nib mor, an organic chocolate company’s rebranding, was to meet its mission “to make guilt-free snacking chocolate the whole family can enjoy” while harnessing a feeling of “craveability.”
McDonald's packaging may be among the most recognizable in the world. But with a desire to rejuvenate its packaging, McDonald's worked with branding agency Pearlfisher to create new simple, colorful designs that reflect the corresponding menu item and make them immediately recognizable.
Early this year, "Nutritional Brands" unveiled a new name, logo, packaging design, and even a new website. Now known as NB Pure, the supplement maker has transitioned its branding to be friendly and approachable, with a simplicity that encourages brand recognition.
Deborah Corn, intergalactic ambassador to the Printerverse at Print Media Centr and founder of Project Peacock, sat down with the hosts of the "2 Regular Guys" podcast to talk about PRINTING United, which is where attendees from every aspect of the printing industry will come together under one roof.