Nikki Austen, head of strategy, Webb deVlam, discusses Gillette’s modern approach to marketing and sales.
Oliver Watson, managing associate at law firm Lewis Silkin considers the impact of the recently upheld EU tobacco packs rules.
Lisa Desforges, strategy director at B&B studio, discusses how wit helps in marketing.
Following the ‘world’s largest IoT (Internet of Things) deployment’, involving EVRYTHNG and Avery Dennison, Tony Corbin asks some key players if IoT packaging is the future.
Following the introduction of new European capacity, Kraftliner prices are under pressure and creeping downward, with a reduction of £20-25/tonne so far in 2016.
Tony Foster, sales & marketing director at DS Smith’s UK Packaging Division, shares his views on delivering innovation with real business benefits.
Kieron Franks, from global credit insurer Euler Hermes, looks at how businesses can spot the warning signs of insolvency from customers
A new survey by Friends of Glass highlights that when it comes to recycling knowledge, age matters
As packaging labels become increasingly complex, James Butcher, managing director at Solutions for Retail Brands (S4RB) asks just how helpful they are to customers.
Nikita Briggs, Duo UK’s digital marketing apprentice, discusses the strengths of social media and packaging to market brands.
The CPMA director examined trends in packaging regulation, particularly those affecting the tobacco sector, on a fact finding visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Ahead of Packaging News’ May feature on limited editions, Sun Branding Solutions’ studio manager looks at how best to approach producing event-linked packs.
Steve Dods, Product Manager, Diagraph, and Matthew Spreckley, European service manager, Allen Coding UK, discuss the technical advancements in Label Printer Applicator (LPA) technology.
Graphic Packaging International's Nikki Clark examines how colour is, or can be, used in food and drink packaging
Andrew Letham, sales and marketing manager at The Environment Exchange, discusses the UK's 2015 PRN figures.