PIAA to run two sessions at Auspack

Auspack 2019 gets underway today in Melbourne with the PIAA to host two sessions on packaging and printing with a question and answer session to follow.

The first presentation will be held on Tuesday at 3pm with the second on Wednesday from 12pm to 1pm.

Topics to be covered include the evolution of the customer experience via the tangible packaging experience and will also include a call for packaging manufacturers to enter the National Print Awards in two dedicated packaging categories as well as other categories that their creative work may be eligible to enter.

PIAA staff will be on hand to discuss the awards and to take entries at both sessions.

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Each session will commence with a 30 minute presentation by PIAA national membership and communications manager Stephanie Gaddin. Attendees will also have the chance to meet new PIAA team members Sam Puri, IR advocate, Jacobena Mills, national events manager and Ben Real-Cornel, standards accreditation officer.

“This is a great opportunity to meet some of the newer members of the team face to face” says Andrew Macaulay, CEO of PIAA.

“And of course, it is an excellent opportunity to find out more about the National Print Awards and get your entries in before the close.”

PIAA president and owner of Kuhncorp Print and Packaging says, “I hope to see many entries from our packaging sector, which creates and manufactures some of the most innovative, and delightful pieces in the world.

Auspack 2019 runs from March 26 to 29 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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