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Luxe Pack Monaco goes greener

Luxe Pack Monaco goes greener

By Stephanie Horsman - August 23, 2021

Luxe Pack, the “go-to” event for premium packaging for the past 30 years, is returning in September with a new green twist, supported by the Prince’s Foundation. 

Luxury packaging managers from around the world are uniting in the Principality for Luxe Pack Monaco. The three-day conference, which was cancelled last year due to Covid, will be offering creative innovations, sustainable solutions, new designs and digital advances for companies looking for alternative packaging for their products.

Whether it is for jewellery, perfumes, cosmetics, fashion, food, drink or anything in between, the 490 exhibitors at Luxe Pack have a vast array of choice for producer looking to have a cutting-edge look and the most-up-date packaging.

The show has also attracted, in addition to hundreds of exhibitors, more than 70 speakers and expects to receive over 9,000 visitors from 98 countries.

The packaging options are the main attraction, but the event will also provide company representatives with conferences and workshops designed to keep them up on market trends and inspired by successful case studies.

The top speaker at this year’s show is Jacques Playe, the Global Head of Packaging and Product Development at global beauty giant L’Oréal. His speech, ‘Packaging and Plastics: what future in the luxury sector?’ will be geared toward understanding and anticipating the future use of plastics in a world that is increasingly going green.

Luxe Pack’s on-going commitment to environmentally friendly alternatives in packaging, as well as to meet consumer demand in this area, led them to organise the Luxe Pack in green Awards, as part of the convention. Five jurists, including L’Oréal’s Playe and the Vice President of the Prince Albert II Foundation, Olivier Wenden, will select manufacturers who highlight eco-designed solutions and responsible approaches.

Additionally, many of the workshops will focus on eco-friendly solutions, with a big emphasis on sustainable and recycled packaging, lessening carbon footprints and the use of mono-material options.

Luxe Pack Monaco runs from 27th to 29th September at the Grimaldi Forum. The event is for professionals only, and free entry will be given to those who present their electronic badge or programme. All health and safety measures will be followed throughout the show to ensure the well-being of all involved.

 

 

Photo source: Grimaldi Forum

 

 

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