AWA launches AWAVirtual in-mold technology industry platform

AWA's virtual platform for in-mold labels, decoration, and electronics industry

Alexander Watson Associates virtual conference

Alexander Watson Associates launches AWAVirtual in-mold technology industry platform, as part of its conferences & events business — a virtual platform for the in-mold labeling, decorating, and electronics industry, complementing the company’s long-established and respected IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON physical in-person conference.  

In 2020, IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON were pivoted to an AWAVirtual event with over 400 participants worldwide. In 2021, IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON will again be held as an AWAVirtual event on May 25th, 26th and 27th, as the core feature of the AWAVirtual in-mold technology industry platform 2021.  

A strategic initiative of AWA

“AWAVirtual in-mold technology industry platform has been launched to provide the in-mold industry, across the value chain, with an ongoing live virtual platform committed to the development and growth of in-mold technologies and markets,” says Corey Reardon, President & CEO of AWA. 

The AWAVirtual in-mold technology industry platform is set up to increase the profile of in-mold labeling, in-mold decoration, and in-mold electronics worldwide, as well as to provide ongoing market, technical, informational, and training content to the entire value chain, including suppliers, converters, brand owners, and designers.  

According to Francesco Ticca, conferences & events manager, “This platform will have virtual content scheduled throughout the year, and be open and promoted to the entire value chain with sponsors virtual exhibits available continuously.”

Part of the content will be the IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON event and include other content throughout the year, such as virtual seminars, workshops, training, and panel discussions, all dedicated and focused on in-mold technologies and markets. “This initiative does not preclude AWA organizing its IMLCON, IMDCON, and IMECON conference as an in-person physical event in the future,” says Reardon.

Registrations are open; please find the link below for it.

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