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Woolworths and Datamonitor to speak at AIP NSW dinner

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article image Kane Hardingham (left) and Daniel Bone

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) announced today that Woolworths and Datamonitor will be speaking on Wednesday the 27th of February at Oatlands Golf Course Club House, New South Wales.
The speakers for the evening will be Kane Hardingham, Environmental Manager, Woolworths Limited and Daniel Bone, Global Director Consumer Insights, Datamonitor.

Kane will present a paper on ‘Woolworth's packaging trends: balancing efficiency, costs and sustainability for retailers and suppliers’.
The Environmental Manager at Woolworths Limited for five years, Kane has worked in the field of environmental management and sustainability for 16 years. Kane works with the business to achieve the targets and commitments set in its Sustainability Strategy 2007-2015, and deliver all regulatory and voluntary reporting in this space. He works with Sustainable Packaging Specialists to implement processes to review packaging on own-brand products and to introduce packaging improvements.
Daniel Bone will speak about the ‘10 new pack innovations from PackTrack’. Using Datamonitor’s packaging innovation platform, PackTrack, Daniel will showcase packaging innovations from around the world. Daniel will also explore and challenge the economic difficulties faced by brands. He will use PackTrack to share detailed packaging innovations, with HD images and zoom-in capabilities, new ideas, ‘mouldings to foldings’ across a wide range of formats and product categories.
Daniel has been with Datamonitor for over 10 years based in London, Copenhagen and Sydney, helping to shape the ongoing development of the Consumer Insight research and analysis portfolio.

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