Sandip Chhettri, COO, Tradeindia said, “The unprecedented events this year have greatly charged us to explore novel opportunities and prospects even in areas which we would have conventionally tended to ignore. The Covid-19 pandemic is indeed a black swan event as it has paved the way for a new era that is filled with possibilities as well as challenges that can only be overcome through innovation and perseverance.”
TradeIndia claims that the event is expected to attract over 100,000 visitors and 120 exhibitors from over 150 countries; and will see the confluence of participants belonging to over 1800 global cities and 500 Indian cities.
The trade fair will include traders, end-users, manufacturers, purchasers, service providers, media, exporters and eCommerce sellers, among others. It is slated to cover over 26 product categories and industry types with packaging as the core focus.
The event aims to provide a platform for packaging industry players to showcase their products and services, forge business partnerships, achieve qualified leads and assign distributors. It also aims to assist marketers to become more efficient and cost-effective in their overall operations by allowing them to engage in a substantial amount of business in a short span.
In addition, the event is also set to feature live chats and networking facilitation for real-time leads and sales generation. The various digital product launches and the platform design are devised to captivate buyers and also resolve the logistics distribution and packaging needs of the associated industry claims TradeIndia.
“We truly believe that the Packaging India Expo will be even more appreciated and celebrated than our previous Covid-19 essentials expo that was held this month. This event will prove essential in establishing a unified podium that will address the various requirements of the packaging industry under one virtual roof. The platform besides being an exhibition will also redouble as a powerful networking and interaction by serving as an impeccable business channel for a vast surfeit of suppliers and vendors of the packaging industry,” added Chhettri.