2020 AIP Australasian Packaging Conference: Virtual Edition

Australian Institute of Packaging

Wednesday, 30 September, 2020

2020 AIP Australasian Packaging Conference: Virtual Edition

With 70 speakers from seven countries over four days, the virtual edition of the 2020 AIP Australasian Packaging Conference is running from 27 to 30 October.

The conference is designed to re-create the physical conference that was planned for April into a virtual format. It will bring together over 70 leading international and national technical experts to discuss the theme ‘Packaging: Fit for the Future’.

In addition to the speaker line-up, the AIP conference includes a Women in Packaging Forum and delegates will be able to have a coffee and network with all of the conference partners during the breaks.

AIP Executive Director Nerida Kelton said: “As added value, delegates who are unable to join any of the sessions live will be able to access the recordings of all sessions using their unique conference website login details until the end of December 2020. This will allow everyone the flexibility to view the presentations as many times as they wish, and in their own time.”

For each session of the conference, delegates can choose to:

  • join live via Zoom software to watch and interact with the sessions;
  • watch the ‘live stream’ session; or
  • watch a ‘recording’ of the session at a convenient time (until end of December 2020).

“There will also be live interactive opportunities during the morning tea and lunch breaks to learn about new innovations, materials and equipment that the industry has to offer. These sessions will be designed so that delegates can bring their coffee, or lunch, into the live room and learn about a new innovation and ask questions,” Kelton said.

Registrations are now open. To find out more visit: http://aipack.com.au/event-registration/?ee=248.

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