Paris Packaging Week, organised by Easyfairs, has announced this year's dates of 25 and 26 January 2023 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. It promises an event focused on packaging innovations that tackle today's challenges and anticipate those coming in the future.
Paris Packaging Week is the global leader for solutions to the latest packaging issues for brands in the luxury, beauty, wine & spirits and consumer products using aerosols. For more than 20 years, this show has been an essential forum for the packaging sector, connecting brands with suppliers presenting innovations that address current and future issues.
In 2023, ADF, part of the event, is being organised for the first time in partnership with the FEA. This brings new strength to the ADF show, supporting and increasing its importance and influence on a global scale. The FEA will use its expertise to develop ADF's approach to key issues that impact the aerosols industry, notably during the talks sessions, and to create outstanding opportunities for brands, fillers and suppliers to network.
The event will respond to key issues in various sectors, including sustainability, the metaverse and the growth of e-commerce. It will comprise four talks theatres for each sector, multiple networking opportunities and the ADF, PCD and PLD Innovation Awards ceremonies. It will also curate the Pentawards gallery: featuring world-leading deign from brands curated by the Pentawards, the world's leading international packaging design competition.
Alain D'Haese, secretary general of the FEA, said: "Our new partnership with Easyfairs means we are looking forward to combining the best elements of the FEA Global Aerosol Events with the best elements of ADF Paris to create a truly world-class occasion for the aerosol industry."
Urs Hauser, FEA president, said: "We are very pleased to join forces and combine our reach together with ADF and Easyfairs. The aim of FEA is to provide essential insights in key issues affecting the aerosol industry and to create outstanding networking opportunities to brand owners, fillers and suppliers.
"Thanks to this partnership with ADF and Easyfairs we have teh opportunity to offer the aerosol community an annual event where they can network and discuss the latest trends in a wider business environment."
Matt Benyon, group CEO of Easyfairs, said: "It is a great honour for us to be working with the FEA and we look forward to a long and successful partnership. We share a mission to develop and drive innovation in the global aerosol market and we will be more effective in fulfilling this mission by working together and sharing our expertise and resources."