Thirty years of Luxe Pack Monaco

2 - 4 October, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco (F).


It has chalked up thirty years of success, in which it has been able to renew itself profoundly along with selective packaging producers from the world over, that bring their own knowhow, technological innovation and creative solutions to the “Premium” packaging fair.

Luxe Pack Monaco, “the” international packaging and high end material showcase organized by Idice*, from 2 to 4 October 2017 will host 470 exhibitors and will feature 30 conferences where over 80 speakers will exchange opinions on design, consumption and market trends and prospects.

*Idice has developed a global network comprising Luxe Pack Monaco, Luxe Pack New York, Luxe Pack Shanghai, Pack & Gift, Forum de la Plasturgie et des Composites and FIP solution plastique.

Sustainable luxury: from words to deeds
engagements of the Monaco based show, this year will also feature the Luxe Pack Green sustainability award. For ten years the show has in fact become a spokesperson for the prime needs of a market by definition selective and attentive to quality, sought after not only in the excellence of the products but also in the adoption of responsible processes.


In order to celebrate this tenth anniversary in a worthy fashion, Luxe Pack can count on the presence of Laurent Boillet, CEO of Guerlain that, as soon as he took office, placed these themes at the centre of his company’s strategy. Hence it will be stimulating to hear him discuss with Sandrine Sommer, head of sustainable development at Guerlain.


Connected pack
offers for the second time the lead thread of its “connected” packs: Digital Village in fact proposes a selection of technologies and tools dedicated to the luxury industry, called upon to tackle the digital revolution on the productive and distribution front.

Interactive POS, NFC tags, RFID chips, apps, traceability and authentication systems, holograms… On show proposals that will supply an exclusive vision on the possibilities of interaction between the brand and the consumers.



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