- Organisers of the 2021Propak West Africa conference are hoping that businesses and individuals scheduled to attend the conference will use it to tackle climate challenges.
The conference, which holds from September 14 to 21, is the region’s largest packaging, printing, plastics and food processing exhibition.
With the theme: “Propak Sustainability Conference: Being Responsible,” organisers note that with the much needed global effort to tackle climate change, the responsibility to promote opportunities and educate on ways to limit the industries impact on the environment is more prevalent than ever, especially as companies navigate their way out of the pandemic.
The organiser explained that with exhibitions and conferences noted as a key driver for boosting the economy in Nigeria, they have been given special status in Lagos State to operate with larger capacity than other indoor events.
This, according to it, means that while a number of regulations remain in place, the opportunity for the business community to meet in September safely is achievable and stakeholders are looking forward to it.
By this, the organiser, informed that registration has started, adding that with many looking to build on the momentum that is returning to the industry in the region, the chance to reconnect and meet with 3500 professionals over the three days cannot come soon enough.
Propak West Africa will of course run in full accordance with these measures as well as implementing best practices learnt across the Montgomery Groups global portfolio of events. This is to ensure the safety of all attendees remains paramount while offering the opportunity to reconnect with industry peers.
It explained that this year’s exhibition will be returning with more than 80 companies booked, a strong multi-faceted conference program and the introduction of an online business matchmaking platform to complement the live event continuing the positive steps to keep on innovating at the event.
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