LMAI conference in Jaipur

20 to 22 of July 2023

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(L-R) Sanjeev Sharma, director product management, Avery Dennison; Sanjay Ghoshal, senior GM and head of packaging, Diageo India; Harveer Sahni, chairman, Weldon Celloplast and director LMAI; Anil Namugade, founder and director, Trigon Digipack; Nirav Shah, founder, Letragraphix; and Naveen Stuart, cluster packaging manager at Reckitt at an LMAI event in 2022. Photo PSA

The Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI) will organize the LMAI Conference 2023 will from 20th July to 22nd July in Jaipur’s Hotel Leela. The theme of the Conference 2023 will be – Creativity, Innovations, and Sustainability. The is first conference after four years.

LMAI Secretary Jaideep Singh told the media that they have got good responses from the industry stakeholders, who are looking forward to the conference. Most of our stakeholders have already booked their sponsorship slots, he said.

Harveer Sahni, a member of the board of directors of LMAI, said that since the show is being held after a gap of four years due to the pandemic, LMAI members are anxiously awaiting to attend, network and party not just with Indian peers but also with global suppliers.

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