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The global conference on packaging and design for the wine and spirits industry is coming soon

The global conference on packaging and design for the wine and spirits industry is taking place from June 8-11, with packaging, innovation, technology and sustainability the main areas of consideration.

The second edition of the Wine and Spirits Virtual Fair (WSVF) will take place from June 8 to 11, with leading companies and speakers of the wine and spirits industry coming together in a 100% digital event that is completely free of charge.

The WSVF 2.0 introduces a renewed platform dedicated to networking, so that you can participate and enjoy of the whole value chain of the industry. The event comprises four days full of webinars, conferences, trainings, debate panels and interviews with those in the know about the latest products, technologies, labels, businesses and trends of the sector.

The 2.0 edition, which offers limited vacancies, provides a space to visit stands, meet clients and close deals, as well as delving deeper into topics such as the future of the packaging industry, consumer demands, post-Covid market, positive impact brands, losses for non-quality processes and the technology that comes to support the growth of the industry.

You can register for free simply by clicking here:

About the WSVF 2.0:

The virtual fair that was launched during the pandemic in 2020 was carried out between UMP Raflatac, a leader paper mill located in Finland, and YG Branding & Design, a company from Mendoza, Argentina. In this 2021 Edition, International Wineries for climate Action (IWCA), Xeikon and Moondesk join us as sponsors. The event is taking a huge step forward by gathering leading companies and relevant actors that will drive the change, following the guidelines set by the Sustainable Development Goals.

The target audience of the event encompasses the whole value chain of the wine and spirits industry: designers, managers, directors, marketing executives, sales managers, importers, distilleries, wine and spirits organizations and NGOs related to positive impact, among others.

Guillermo Dufranc Tridimage
Ignasi Fontvila Nameworks
Gabriela Nuri Barón The University of Auckland
Christelle Chene XIGE Estates
Adam Peek Fortis Solutions Group
Paul Foulkes Arellano Circuthon
Joan Melé Fundación Dinero y Conciencia
Carlos Trad Goggle
David Gluckman That Shit Will Never Sell
Carol Kilcullen-Lawrence Australian Institute of Packaging
Sebastián Zuccardi Zuccardi Valle de Uco
José Alberto Zuccardi Familia Zuccardi
Margareth Henriquez Maison de Champagne, Reims
Maria Laura Ortiz CEO de Winifera y Directora Executiva de GLOWw
Akash Sahu Trillium Beverages India
Alastair Herbert Linguabrand
Nikhil Agarwal ALL THINGS NICE
Rowena Curlewis Denomination
Julian Reisz Brave Brew
Giampietro Povolo Cielo e Terra Spa
C.T. Ransdell 1% for the Planet
Paz Levinson Groupe Pic
Christy Canterburry Gloww
Natasha Hughes Gloww
Cathy Van Zyl Gloww
Sarah Heller Gloww
Alison Ctercteko Gloww
Cinzia Coderin Santa Margherita
Thorsten Hartmann IWSR
Anne Miltenburg The Brandling
Alessandro Toschi AM Advisor Srl.
Lulie Halstead Wine Intelligence
Jay Betton UPM Raflatac
Chris Bax Bax Botanics
Vincent Tavernier UPM Raflatac
Giulia Songa SenseCatch
Lucrezia Lamastra Italian Ministry of the Environment
Jenny Greenwood Butterfly Cannon
Natasha Samek Butterfly Cannon
Jorge Zuñiga Euromonitor
Catherine Krol Euromonitor


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