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Packaging for the Future

April 30, 2014

Does your package have staying power?

Consumer tastes change and once-popular packaging components become obsolete, can your product stand the test of time? Find out at the Consumer Specialty Product Association's Midyear Meeting in Chicago. At 3pm on Tuesday, May 6 at the Avenue Ballroom, Euromonitor’s Tim Barrett, US research analyst for home care/packaging, will explain how trends such as rising incomes, an aging population and urbanization are impacting packaging.

The CSPA Midyear Meeting will be held May 6-9 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown. To register visit: CSPA, www.cspa.org

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