The Packaging Collective Talk To The Future Of Pharmaceutical Packaging
The Packaging Collective will talk to the significance of its relationship with the pharmaceuticals market and exemplify the flexibility of modern packaging technologies at the upcoming Making Pharmaceuticals Exhibition and Conference.
Held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry from April 30 to May 01, 2019, the event will see three packaging-focused professionals discuss the role of brands, the value of artwork accuracy and the implications of personalisation in pharmaceutical packaging.
Discover further details on the speakers and their discussions below.
David Harding-Brown – Founding Partner at The Packaging Collective
‘Bringing Brand Innovation into Pharmaceuticals’
Room D, 11:30 – 12:00
David is a hugely experienced brand & packaging professional with a solid background in delivering brand implementation on a global scale. With over 40 years experience in FMCG packaging, ATL & BTL advertising, 3D product and 2D graphic design, and all aspects of printing and production across multiple media, David’s knowledge provides a valuable platform to spark innovative thoughts and ideas.
Neil Gleghorn – Founder & CEO at Kallik Artwork Management Solutions
‘How to ensure label compliance through a changing legislative environment’
Room D, 12:00 – 12:30
Neil’s 18-plus years at Kallik have seen him obtain great influence across the packaging sector for his expertise in label content management, artwork management and product data management. In 2014, his contribution to the industry was awarded with a place on the PharmaVOICE 100.
Chris Waterhouse – Managing Director of iDi Pac Ltd and Senior Partner at The Packaging Collective
‘A personalised approach to Pharma packaging: shifting from large volume manufacture to more personalised solutions’
Room D, 12:30 – 13:00
Chris has three decades of experience providing packaging and supply chain technical expertise and innovation insight to some of the world’s leading Pharmaceutical, Agrochemical and Petrochemical companies.
Widely recognised as the ‘go-to-guy’, Chris is well known for his technical innovations, practical insights, and leading-edge thinking and is an acclaimed speaker at business conferences and industry events worldwide.