Lastmile to host PackImpressions on 17 and 18 July

New-Delhi based Lastmile Solutions is set to host a two-day virtual event for the packaging and printing industry named PackImpressions on 17 and 18 July 2020.

08 Jul 2020 | By PrintWeek Team

PackImpressions is slated for 17 and 18 July 2020

The event will highlight specific areas of the print and packaging industry such as consumer behaviour, marketing tools, new policies and the current market and economic growth.

Atul Maheshwari, CEO, Lastmile Solutions, said, "I am personally quite excited to present this virtual conference cum expo PackImpressions for the world's packaging and print industry. It's a borderless expo to a borderless world that visitors can explore freely without following routes.”

He added, “Just to give an idea, one will experience unlimited interactive kiosks, in an area equivalent to 10,000 sqm physical area with multiple zones. Most of the assets of machines, their functioning, specific features and other solutions have been digitised and can be accessed through interactive videos, documents, websites, apps and other interactive devices within the environs of an expo very similar to the traditional one.”

The expo includes panel discussions and knowledge sharing sessions on the packaging and printing industry’s scenario in the post-Covid world, China's position as a supply base to the world, the pandemic’s impact on consumer-packaged goods and pharma industry, and the opportunities and challenges for the SMEs, among other topics.

The panellists include Ravi Kiran of Starcom MediaVest Group, Satyaki Rastogi of SIDBI, Oran Sokol of HP and Sangam Khanna of Komori India, among others.

“Since there are no boundaries, visitors enter and explore the talks of experts, futuristic panel discussions and get exposed to innovative solutions from across the world. Networking opportunity and experience interactions with other visitors from a diverse background. The result is a new kind of interactive virtual expo experience the likes of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world," he concluded.