• 2nd November 2021

  • 24/07/2021

Why consumers should Love Paper

Why consumers should Love Paper

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Research, this year by Two Sides, reveals how Covid-19 has impacted on consumers preferences for reading and receiving bills and statements. It also shows consumers continued perception that print and paper is wasteful and bad for the environment.

Jonathan shares this insight and how, together as an industry, we must tell consumers why they should LOVE PAPER, and paper packaging, as a sustainable choice.

Even in a dramatically changing landscape, the power of print remains unassailable and this year’s seminar will highlight the opportunities, and indeed challenges that a post-pandemic world presents.

The seminar brings together 9 leading experts from across the spectrum of print, publishing and paper-based packaging to share their take on what the future holds. The seminar will comprise of 2 sessions, a morning session (09:30am – 11:30am) and an afternoon session (2:00pm – 4:00pm).

This is a FREE to attend event – register for your place NOW!

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