The Future of Sustainable Packaging


10 NOVEMBER 2020 | 15:00 - 15:30 (HKT/UTC+8)

COSMOTALKS - THE VIRTUAL SERIES

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

The Future of Sustainable Packaging

 

In a post-pandemic world, hygiene concerns are subjecting beauty packaging to heightened scrutiny. From in-store sampling to consumer concerns about cross contamination from e-commerce deliveries, efficient packaging can contribute to the fight against Covid-19. But how do we ensure that when making packaging safe for people, it is also safe for the planet?

WGSN Beauty will discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted sustainability and highlighted an even greater need for transparency, collaboration, social awareness and accountability from brands. The presentation will examine key trends in sustainable packaging that continue to be important to the APAC consumer in the wake of the outbreak.

We unpack the key opportunities in refillable, reusable, compostable and monomaterial packaging, as well as the much needed improvement of global recycling systems. Join us to discover the future of sustainable packaging.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

 

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Speaker Profile

 

 

 

Emma Grace Bailey

Strategist

WGSN Beauty


Emma is a pioneer of sustainability, bringing best practices and trends to WGSN's clients in beauty and other sectors. She enables businesses to make planet-friendly decisions that are commercially sustainable. 

Emma has presented and consulted for global manufacturers and retailers on issues including sustainable packaging, ingredient sourcing and messaging. An ability to translate complicated topics into actions has gained her phenomenal feedback from both international audiences and individual brands.