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What Do Pepsi, ConAgra And Other Leading Brands Want From Digital Print, 2017

Coming up at Digital Print for Packaging US this June, leading brands will discuss what digital print means to them in our panel debate, Why, When and How Digital Print Provides Solutions for Brands.

During the panel discussion, panelists will share their perspectives on these key questions and more:

  • What are the market drivers causing brands to consider digital print for packaging?
  • What are the key challenges and technical limitations that need to be be overcome to achieve wider adoption?
  • What future opportunities will digital printed packaging create for brands?

Leading this panel discussion is Tom Cooper from WestRock with panelists from leading brands including PepsiCo and ConAgra Foods, along with additional panelists to be announced in the coming weeks.

Meet the Panelists:

Tom Cooper, R&D Manager Digital Printing, WestRock

Tom has a BFA (Photography and Clay) from the University of Maine. He was a production potter for many years and built a log house from scratch over an 8 year period. Tom has been with WestRock (formerly RockTenn Company) from 1991 to Present and works with in the Merchandising Display Division.
Tom was recently installed on the SGIA Board of Directors in 2011.

David France, Packaging Research Fellow, ConAgra Foods

David serves as Packaging Research Fellow for Conagra Brands.  His charge is to identify new packaging technologies, processes and materials with the potential to drive innovation, new product/packaging platforms and support Conagra’s goal of becoming America’s fastest growing food company. He is passionate about good design, sustainability and consumer delight.

Todd Fayne, Manager, Global Packaging Laboratory, PepsiCo

At PepsiCo, Todd is responsible for expanding lab capabilities to support global packaging functions. He manages a team of scientists testing and analyzing new materials and packaging structures, as well as performing regular QA testing and rapid prototyping. Todd is additionally responsible for owning and developing global test methods for food packaging.