Label conference heats up

Conference and Expo on Labels


The India Label Show 2008 conference (running alongside the expo) is an extensive 3-day program, covering all the hot topics in the industry, from market trends to latest technologies. This year, prestigious label buyers such as Ranbaxy, Unilever, Colgate and Moser Baer are invited to give you great feedback on what they expect from label converters. It is a unique opportunity to ask questions to some of the senior decision makers from the top brand owner companies across India.
The conference also welcomes top industry experts, such as: Mike Fairley, the label industry analyst who will give an opening speech on the Indian market. This management session will give you an understanding of the market evolution and how to position your business in a changing economic climate.

Nagesh Sagar, Managing Director of Maxicare – a leading design company, will participate on a panel discussing future technologies. This will give you the key to understand tomorrow’s requirements through the evolution of labeling and flexo packaging.

Peter Holywell, Sales Director of Supa Stik Labels – a label printer from Australia specializing in digital printing, will present a case study on how to move from conventional to digital printing and how it can be a rewarding investment. For only Rs500 (including VAT) per session, you can join an exclusive group with access to valuable information, not available anywhere else. But hurry! Seating in the conference theater (located in Hall 11) is limited and all seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Book your place today!

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