moves to a virtual
The AIP will reconstruct its physical conference, planned for April, into a virtual edition

This year’s Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) Conference moves to a virtual edition that will run on October 27-28.

The conference will bring together over 70 leading international and national technical experts. They will discuss the theme Packaging: Fit for the Future.

Nerida Kelton, executive director of the AIP, said that “As added value, delegates who are unable to join any of the sessions live will be able to access the recordings of all sessions using their unique conference website login details until the end of December 2020. This will allow everyone the flexibility to view the presentations as many times as they wish, and in their own time,”

“There will also be live interactive opportunities during the morning tea and lunch breaks to learn about new innovations, materials and equipment that the industry has to offer. These sessions will be designed so that delegates can bring their coffee, or lunch, into the live room and learn about a new innovation and ask questions,”

“The AIP’s goal is to recreate the physical conference planned for April into a Virtual Edition so that the industry does not miss out on hearing all of the wonderful speakers that the Institute had lined up. In addition, delegates will be able to have a coffee and network with all of the conference partners during the breaks; just like you would during a physical conference.”

Kelton says the beauty of the Virtual Edition is that if you are unable to attend all of the sessions you will not miss out. Conference delegates can choose to:

  • Join live via Zoom software and interact – watch and interact with the sessions while they are happening.
  • Watch the live stream – watch a live video of the session.
  • Watch a recording of the session at a later time.

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