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Webinar 24.8.2020

Boosting Export with Packaging - Webinar 1: Trends. World after covid-19?

Keynote speech for all: 9.00-10.00 

Workshops: 10.00-11.30

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Mari Lappi-Kaipio

Project Manager, Boosting Export with Packaging

mari (at)

The programme is for companies who wish to expand their understanding on packaging and its role in food export. The coaching is in English and it is free of charge.

The program is carried out as a series of webinars which consist of a keynote speech and workshops.

  • Keynote speech: 9.00-10.00, open for everyone 
  • Workshops: 10.00-11.30, limited number of company spaces. Available spaces are filled in order of enrolling. Companies participating in workshops will be given a pre-assignment which will be discussed in guided small groups. The results are made available to the company for later use. 
Webinar program 

9.00-10.00 Keynote speech for all

  • World after Covid-19? Consumer and food trends, business models, external trends and factors influencing food exporters and their packaging solutions, Carsten Beck, Futurist, The Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies 

10.00-11.30 Workshops for companies enrolled (limited spaces available) 

  • Workshops in groups: How does my product correspond to the trends? Pre assingnment and guided workshops with individual feedback.
  • Presenting group work results
Keynote Speaker: Carsten Beck, Futurist, The Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies 

Carsten Beck has been working in 30+ countries for 30 years with trend analysis, consumer demands and scenario planning. Carsten's expertise lies in consumer trends. 

The Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies (CIFS) is an international think tank working with consumer trends, megatrends, innovation and strategic scenarioplanning. Consumer trends and food trends are part of the CIFS trendlandscape and has been used by a number of global food companies as a basis for strategic direction and innovation. This includes work in Sweden, Ireland, Italy, Denmark and the UK.