The Packaging Industry is a key player as consumers and other sectors adapt to a new normal. The goal of this online Expert Panel is to understand how consumer goods packaging (CPG) can get through the crisis, adjust and take advantage of new opportunities. From the changes in consumer perception and behavior, as well as the supply challenges faced, we want to take the lessons learned during the pandemic to understand what the consumer goods industry and suppliers that serve them are doing to meet the needs of the new normal.
Here is the Deal:
There are a whole lot of people that want to know what you know. Rather than a lame survey or real-time meetings, this engagement is online and will be open 24/7. You engage when you feel like it once a week, you have fun meeting new people also hot on the topic, you earn points that you convert to cash (not change-your-life money, but fist-pump-money). Expect to spend about 15 minutes per week, but like potato chips, it's tempting to do much more.
What is Currnt:
We are about connecting professionals and companies directly with the perspective they seek firsthand, fast learning where everybody gets smarter and stays fresh on fast change. Some call us the "LinkedIn for introverts" (chortle) because there is no self-promotion, everything is curated by professional moderators.
We have some pretty smart bots that found your profile on the web and thought you might be interested. If you are a continual learner, you will love the experience. If you like getting recognized by your peers for your “spoon-bending” insights, you will like the points. If you like meeting new people from around the world that share your interest, you will love the knowledge networking. If you are like us and like staying fresh and relevant on topics that are re-shaping our world, then welcome to Currnt.
peopleSeeking Expert Participation
- C-suite Executives
- Head of Packaging Development
- Product Development/R&D Directors
- VPs of Procurement
- Sustainability Managers
- Marketing Leaders
- Sales Managers
must have consumer goods packaging experience