Creative packaging products & solutions for all beauty, fragrance, wine & spirits, wellness, and fine foods brands return to Pier 92 in New York May 16-17.
Human capital is your company’s most valuable resource. It is critical to train your employees because it manages performance expectations, increases productivity and retains employees. As Richard Branson said, “Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t want to.”
Have you ever wondered why a beverage is distributed in glass, metal, or plastic? Many properties must be considered when choosing the right packaging material for your beverage. Attributes such as a package’s weight, recyclability, refillability, transparency, shelf-life, frangibility, shape retention, and resistance to temperature all play a significant role in your selection process.
Here at the Packaging School we are firm believers in MicroLearning. Long training sessions, multiple day workshops, and huge manuals are not a desirable way to learn information.Short, focused sessions (less than 7 minutes) avoid mental burnout and suit the brain with respect to energy and alertness.
Dr. Andrew Hurley shares a presentation on the packaging field to a high school digital media arts class and leads to an Aha! moment on how to engage a growing generation of packaging professionals.
Janis McIntosh, a recent graduate of The Certificate of Packaging Science program, led her company to win the Joe Nucci Award for Product Innovation at the 2017 New York Produce Show and Conference.