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Revealing the latest packaging innovations and highlighting the best strategy to ensure your brand stands out on the shelf whilst keeping costs low

6th - 8th March 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands

After an incredibly successful 2017 event, the PACE Packaging and Converting Executive Europe Forum will be returning to Amsterdam from the 6th – 8th March 2018 for another superb year.

This year we brought together hundreds of senior level professionals working within the packaging industry to discuss innovation, technology and challenges. Attendees had the opportunity to network with colleagues and meet new potential partners.

Next year’s PACE Europe forum will be even better with more interactive sessions and content. We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam in March!


Event News

Staying ahead of the growing counterfeiting market

The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development currently estimates that the cross- border counterfeit market accounted for between $461 billion and $1.7 trillion in 2016.

5 Innovative Packaging Trends for 2017

European Packaging trends are highlighting innovation more than ever before, as the typical consumer is becoming more and more demanding and hard to surprise.

Things to do in Amsterdam

After the action packed conference why not take some time to enjoy the sights of Amsterdam. As Netherlands’ capital; Amsterdam is overflowing with culture, artistic heritage and legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age.

Who Should Attend?

PACE Europe provides a unique platform for brand owners across multiple sectors to learn from peers and regulators on latest trends and challenging within this fast-paced sector.


View the latest testimonials from other events from our PACE Europe series

Hear what some of our past attendees had to say...

‘A useful forum for discussions and making food connections’ – Danone Research

Countdown to PACE Packaging and Converting Executive Europe Forum 2018