SAVE THE DATE: Think Plastic Brazil holds 2nd World Plastic Connection Summit on November 7-10, 2022
With the theme “Innovation, Design and Sustainability as global differentiators in the Brazilian converted plastics sector” the most important international event for business and knowledge renewal will be featuring an sector award ceremony, seminar in three languages, buyer and image project, and launch of Color Trend 2023 and Yearbook 2022
Think Plastic Brazil (portfolio of solutions to support the converted plastic products industry in the internationalization process for target markets), created by the INP (National Plastics Institute) in partnership with ApexBrasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency), has confirmed the date and venue for the 2nd World Plastic Connection Summit, the most important international event in the Brazilian converted plastics sector for business and knowledge renewal.
The Summit will be held in a hybrid format (face to face and online) at the Blue Tree Premium Alphaville, on November 7-10, with simultaneous transmission in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
In the 2021 edition, the event recorded over 13,000 hits from 54 countries, with 130 participating Brazilian companies and globally renowned speakers, such as Alexandre Herchcovitch, Paulo de Mattos Coelho (Braskem), Karim Rashid, Sally Dominguez, Rosana Orlandi (Guiltless Plastic), Peter Gianetti (IHA), and Priya Nagrale (Market Study Research). The main innovations this year are the new award category (World Plastic Global Design Award) and the implementation of a Buyer and Image Project with large global buying networks.
'In addition to the actions designed to promote business and the renewal of knowledge, the Summit will be a moment of interaction between the main exporters of the Brazilian converted plastics sector, allowing the exchange of experiences and the growth of the market as a whole. The presence of major domestic and international names at the Seminar, the recognition of the internationalization efforts in the Award, the possibility of good deals with the Buyer e Image Projects, and the expected launches of the Yearbook 2022 and Color Trend 2022 confirm the greatness of both Think Plastic Brazil and of our industries,' said Carlos Moreira, Strategy and Project Planning Manager at Think Plastic Brazil.
The World Plastic Connection Summit 2022 will be composed of:
International Seminar: an international technical seminar to disseminate relevant information for decision making both on target markets and on the potential of the Brazilian converted plastics sector, with the participation of renowned professionals from different countries. The Seminar will be held on November 7-8 and will be covering the launch of the International Color Trends Guide (Color Trend 2023) and the International Yearbook 2022 with international data on the sector and information from the 130 members of Think Plastic Brazil (Yearbook 2022).
International Award: the award ceremony, which aims to acknowledge the companies that are investing in the Internationalization process while honoring the relevant actions by companies associated with the Program.
Color Trend – International Color Trend 2023: an in-depth global study of color trends in the converted plastic market, imprinting Brazilian culture and presenting production and development possibilities to domestic companies. The color survey will be coordinated by a renowned Brazilian designer, bringing even more relevance to the information collected.
International Yearbook: the Yearbook, printed in three languages (Portuguese, English, and Spanish), presenting the international information on the sector for 2022 and the complete data of the Brazilian companies participating in the portfolio.
Buyers and Press project International Show – Buyers Project and Image Project: on November 9-10, at the Blue Tree Premium Alphaville Hotel, companies associated with the Think Plastic Brazil Program welcome international buyers and journalists.
The World Plastic Connection Summit is one of the main actions of the sectoral project for the verticals supported by the Think Plastic Brazil program: Agribusiness, Toys and Childcare, Construction, Packaging, Inputs (including Masterbatch, the material responsible for the coloring of converted plastic products ), and Housewares
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ByThink Plastic Brazil