Thursday, October 11, 2018

8:00am - Registration
8:30am - 4:30pm - Session
Centre for Health & Safety Innovation
5110 Creekbank Road
Mississauga, ON L4W 0A1
Free Parking
intelliFLEX Industrial Members
& PAC Members
intelliFLEX Academic Members
Industrial Non-Members
Academic Non-Members
In the course for Smart Packaging for Managers, we dive into the rapidly growing market for active and intelligent packaging ("smart packaging") that is enabled by Flexible and Hybrid Electronics (FHE). While this course is non-technical, it will touch on the key technologies involved for smart packaging.

Today's consumer is in the retail driver's seat, empowered and informed like never before by digital and mobile technologies. Senior executives across the supply chain must invest in digital transformation for their businesses to remain relevant.

Product packaging and in-store retail displays - remade as intelligent devices to collect, store and transmit data - have a pivotal role to replay. Such connectivity is already yielding a paradigm shift across the retail supply chain, to better manage logistics, prevent product theft, spoilage, tampering and counterfeiting, and to turn the humble package into a digital marketing platform to achieve new levels of consumer engagement.

Who should attend
• Companies involved in the production of food & beverage, personal care, healthcare, pharmaceuticals
• Packaging companies involved in medical device packaging, automotive, industrial product packaging and other verticals
• Brand owners, packaging converters and material suppliers
• Consultants and analysts
• Technology companies and government organizations interested in developing better insight into applications for this market
• Research organizations planning to develop solutions for this market

What you will learn
• Definitions of active and intelligent packaging solutions and the eco-system involved in their delivery
• Major shifts in consumer and market trends that impact the future of FMCG product marketing and retail
• Applications and use case examples throughout the value chain, from production to inventory management, to consumer interaction and recycling
• Core technologies involved, including interactive software solutions
• How to utilize the data for insights and increased sales for your products
• Key players in active and intelligent packaging and smart retail
• Solutions that you could develop and implement in your business
• Lessons learned from brand owners, packaging companies and retailers

For more information contact Lindsey Cooper at or 416.646.4641

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. 
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Contact Lisa Abraham for details.