Bizongo at Indiapack/pacprocess 2017

Bizongo team at Indiapack pacprocess 2017

Bizongo, a one-stop solution for design, development and procurement for all kinds of packaging materials, participated in Indiapack/pacprocess for the second time. The company deals in various kinds of packaging material from food packaging, boxes, gift packaging, eCommerce packaging, tapes, biodegradable packaging, and more. The company representatives present at the stand confirmed to have received much higher footfall this year as compared to their first participation. They were busy interacting with potential buyers, most of whom showed genuine interest in their products.

Arjita Kulshreshtha, associate director – engagement and growth department, shared that Bizongo participates in just a couple of trade shows a year but they have been important platforms for offline marketing.

“I think it is really important to participate in these trade shows. They give you an opportunity to reach out to the right customers. These trade shows help us cement our position in the market as one gets to share a common platform with big and small companies alike. We are primarily from the packaging industry and since this show is being organized by the Indian Institute of Packaging along with Messe Dusseldorf India, it was important for the kind of exposure it promised,” said Kulshreshtha.

The Indian packaging industry is poised to grow at a rapid pace, with packaging being the most essential part of almost every product that is marketed. The industry currently stands at US$ 40 billion and is set to grow to a US$ 70 billion in the next 3-4 years.

Talking about the impact of GST on their business, Kulshreshtha said that Bizongo had begun preparing for GST one year in advance and hence had a smooth transition through that period.

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