The untapped potential of Mars has forever fascinated mankind, drawing parallels to the untapped innovation potential among us in the world of packaging. The PAC Disruptors Summit has been designed to boldly address opportunities and challenges through remarkable exploration of critical issues that define the packaging industry, at this time of unprecedented change.
Our speakers and disruptive trailblazers will cover topics like:
- Promoting cross-value chain collaboration for results that benefit the industry at large
- How to scale disruptive and revolutionary change, turning big ideas into big impact to the bottom line
- Creating positive change for equity and inclusion with breakthrough packaging solutions
Join us on a journey through this new dimension of packaging exploration and innovation.
Morning Sessions: 10 AM New York | 3 PM London | 7 AM Los Angeles
Afternoon Sessions: 2 PM New York | 7 PM London | 11 AM Los Angeles
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Disrupting Reuse: Loop Launches in Canada with Loblaw & Nestlé
Session Date: Wednesday June 2, 2021
Session Time: 10 AM New York | 3 PM London | 7 AM Los Angeles
Loop, the global reuse platform, launched in Canada, in partnership with Loblaw & Nestle – joining the United States, the United Kingdom and France as it continues to expand around the world. Evolving current packaging systems and designs is no easy task, but these disruptors have found a way.
Sign up now to learn about how Loblaw has worked to create systemic change in the re-use category, and what being the first retailer to embrace the concept in Canada has taught them.
Learn about how Nestlé is exploring innovative solutions and working towards their commitment to ensuring that 100% of their packaging is recyclable or reusable by 2025.
Senior Vice President
Loblaw Brands Ltd.
Senior Vice President,
Corporate Affairs and NHW
Nestlé Canada Inc.
Sumaira “Sam” Latif
Company Accessibility Leader
Procter & Gamble,
Director, Brand Design & Operations