In an industry that thrives on innovation, Brian Wagner has built his reputation on delivering creative solutions to consumer packaged goods companies. As the keynote speaker at the 2017 Global Pouch Forum, he will explain how a holistic perspective can lead to the development of successful flexible packaging that delivers top-line growth, profitability and mitigates risk.
Today’s world may be facing a spate of nationalistic spats, but the truth of the matter is that nations are more closely linked now than they have ever been. The reason for that is the complex web of international trade that allows quick access to products grown or manufactured virtually anywhere in the world.
Burt’s Bees Paw & Nose Lotion introduces its new tube packaging featuring a layer of post-consumer recycled (PCR) material inside the tube, manufactured by Berry Plastics. This tube adds to Burt's Bees' already extensive portfolio of packaging containing recycled material.
A just-released study by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) ranks the 50 most innovative companies. Not surprising, the list is dominated by large corporations, but relatively few are consumer packaged goods companies (CPGs).