Cosmetic Packaging Insight Summer 2018
Decorative finishes are more than the final touch for packaging design, at once offering consumers more while defining a product's marketing design and core demographic. This article focuses on how elaborate and decorative finishes are aiding brands in the quest to gain prominence among considerable competition.
Launched in November 2015 by Kylie Jenner, the eponymous Kylie Cosmetics has become one of the fastest-growing beauty brands in the world, with a $900-million revenue recently announced by Forbes, Cosmetics Packaging Insight examines how leveraging social media has created and crafted this popular cosmetics company.
Also in this issue: The problem of plastic waste and marine litter has been widespread in public discussion in 2018, and many leading companies are doing their part to resolve the problem. We gather understanding from the sustainability and packaging teams at Procter & Gamble, to learn more about how innovation can play a part. And, Premiumisation is no longer the preserve of products with high-price tags. Matthew Rogerson reaches out to cosmetics executives from premium brands for their thoughts on how they develop, design and define exclusivity in beauty.
Beverage Packaging Innovation Summer 2018
Beverage Packaging Innovation Summer 2018 edition shines a light on plastic , its reduction or replacement and innovations that can be used to keep its place as a core packaging technology for the drinks sector. Featuring the latest developments in design from St Remy’s definitive brand refresh, as well as insight from Sovereign Brands’ CEO on the value of being agile and disruptive to succeed in the premium spirits industry.
Diageo discuss brand protection and security, PepsiCo shine a light on materials management as well as innovation in the soft drinks and sports drinks sectors while the Co-op pilot a groundbreaking pilot that potentially would reshape the material make up of the bottled water market, one which has come in for the harshest criticism from anti-plastic campaigners of late. All this and more can be found in this latest version.
Beverage Packaging Innovation covers the global drinks market in association with Global Data one of the world's most credible market research organizations. Published in print and digital formats, this multi-platform publication provides a unique blend of in-depth commentary and analysis of the key issues shaping the market, while offering a valuable and effective way of reaching and influencing a community of industry leaders and practitioners.
Packaging & Converting Intelligence Spring 2018
Looking good might make you feel great, but there is a whole world of science and insight that directs cosmetics companies to make sure that their next launch is as, or more, successful than the last. Packaging & Converting Intelligence invites leading beauty executives to share their insight on how companies are handling the pressure, and meeting consumer needs and desires.
In food safety, there is no room for error when mistakes can be broadcast worldwide, and hard-won reputations destroyed by a tweet or photo. Packaging & Converting Intelligence speaks to members of the Global Food Safety Initiative about how companies are coping with a rapidly evolving market.
Also in this issue: Millennials' 'grab and go' lifestyles often fail to leave time for proper meals, which has caused a boom in the snacking industry. Ceri Jones examines the packaging formats that serve this hungry market. Tom Vierhile, innovation insights director at GlobalData, looks at the trends that will define the next 12 months.