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PAC TO THE FUTURE II- three president storytellers and agenda announced

In anticipation of the two-day PAC To The Future Two event called “Retail Reinvented”, PAC has released an event agenda featuring company presidents who will be on hand to discuss challenges to the market and how their companies have provided solutions.


April 26, 2018
by Canadian Packaging staff

PAC To The Future II, “Retail Reinvented” is a two-day PAC, The Packaging Consortium event on September 26-27, 1018 in Montreal where attendees will learn, be inspired and connected to industry leaders and decision-makers.

The demands of shoppers today have led to a tsunami in the retail, packaged goods and food service market place. How does your business fit in and what are your opportunities?

Topics include the business of tomorrow, omni-channels, market leader ambitious 2025 recycling, renewable and composting goals, food service and retail trends, major packaging and design trends, the emerging cannabis market, green and zero waste initiatives, smart packaging and food waste and designing packaging for the circular economy.

Three Featured Presidents
Two coffee sector presidents—Stéphane Glorieux of Keurig Canada and Jean-Luc Valleix of Nespresso Canada—discuss retail challenges and go to market strategies and their innovative packaging recovery solutions.

Learn the dynamic story of a printing and premedia industry icon leader, TC Transcontinental’s François Olivier, and the company’s ambitious flexible packaging growth strategy.

Conference Overview

  • E-Commerce and Packaging are inextricably connected. Learn from the biggest names in retail, brand and packaging on one stage.
  • Is E-Commerce a Brick-And-Mortar Killer…or is it just another value stream to market? Either way disruption is influencing consumers, retailers (food service, general merchandise and grocery), the entire supply chain and the packaging community. How are these retail channels impacting retailers, brands, logistics, the online buying, delivery and arrival of products vs. the physical in store user experience? What’s more important, speed or amount of packaging? How do we solve the amount of packaging? Learn how it will impact your business.
  • Is using 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging reachable by 2025… reality or perception? Since January 2018 several leading brands, retailers, and packaging companies have announced they are working towards their ambitious goals – Amcor, The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble and Unilever will share their goals and call for action.

About the PAC
Join over 2,400 North American members that benefit from the vast networking opportunities through PAC’s wide range of competitions, educational activities and events. PAC, Packaging Consortium is a not-for-profit corporation serving as a vital partner and catalyst for the packaging value chain for over 65 years.  More information on PAC can be found at www.pac.ca.

To register for PAC To The Future, “Retail Reinvented”, click HERE.


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