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 Invest in the Resilience
of your business, workforce and Industry
APPMA Business + Industry Conference 2021 In-person and live-streamed event
Early Bird Open REGISTER NOW
                                  Essential. Agile. Future Proof.
There is no better time for our industry to invest in innovation, technology and talent to ensure it is at the forefront of the economic recovery.
In 2021 the APPMA Business & Industry Conference will be delivered as a hybrid event, live and live-streamed, enabling our members, partners and supporting industries to attend in-person or virtually from anywhere.
The Program. The one day, two stream program will address the current economic environment and the opportunities for the sector as an essential industry post COVID-19. Breakout sessions will offer practical tools and takeaways through technology and operational case studies.
Speakers. A mix of high-profile industry experts and international thought leaders will provide insight into the challenges the sector faces in the new economy and deep dives into the latest technology and innovation.
Who should attend? This conference has been designed specifically for the packaging and processing industry, their suppliers, industry associations, and member and non-member companies.
Francisco Betti
World Economic Forum International Keynote
A global perspective on manufacturing post-COVID-19. An exploration of the World Economic Forum’s Platform
for Shaping Advanced Manufacturing Production
Nicki Hutley
Economist & Media Commentator
Economic State of the Nation.
Translating the current economic environment for the manufacturing sector.
David Inderias
CEO & Co-Founder, Fresh Supply Co
Sustainability innovation.
Sustainability and connected packaging: Digitised, tokenised carbon neutral products.
John Broadbent
Realise Potential
Smart manufacturing.
Industry 4.0 in practice – Coca-Cola Amatil case study.
Early Bird Open, Register Now.
   ICC Sydney   16 September 2021

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