SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Aug. 6, 2020 — Aiming to help paperboard packaging manufacturers enhance and develop their businesses in the current landscape, the Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC) will host its first multiday, online event this month: the Insight & Growth Conference (I&G), August 25-27, 2020.
Featuring three tracks—Finance, Operations, and Human Resources—I&G is designed to engage employees at all levels of folding carton operations. Fostering this multi-level participation, companies that register for the event may send any number of individual employees. Attendees will learn:
- Glue, gluing, windowing, and finishing automation
- Finishing innovations we would have seen at drupa
- Roundtable: best practices in finishing
Human Resources Track:
- Hiring and onboarding during COVID-19
- Leadership, development, and coaching
- Conflict management
- Strategies for credit management
- Digital financial strategy
- Artificial intelligence
“The paperboard packaging industry faces regular challenges in addition to those brought on by COVID-19,” said Ben Markens, PPC president. “I&G is designed to help inform those working in paperboard packaging how they can succeed in our new landscape. After all, when one of us improves, it pushes all of us to improve. The pandemic has changed how we look at business, and that means we have the opportunity to shape our industry.”
PPC member companies can register for $299 per company, including limited-time access to recordings after the event. Non-member companies can register for $599. Any number of individuals from each registered company may attend the conference. For more information or to save a spot, visit paperbox.org/events.
Now in its 91st year, PPC is the North American association for converters of paperboard packaging and their suppliers. PPC works to grow, promote, and protect the paperboard packaging industry while providing its members with resources and tools to compete successfully in the marketplace. For more information, visit www.paperbox.org.
Source: Paperboard Packaging Council