Rescheduling the event to June 29 and 30 allowed the event to take on its new identity six months ahead of schedule. The ADF, PCD and PLD shows are now held under a single umbrella brand: Paris Packaging Week.

The two-day event has been designed to help participants to anticipate trends, support developments, extend networks and boost their packaging businesses in the beauty, premium drinks and aerosols sectors. All in all, Paris Packaging Week will offer more than 30 hours of content presented by more than 40 speakers who will share their ideas and visions in their specialised fields.

The Talks programme will thus unveil trends on the future of perfume and cosmetic packaging, will present all the latest topics in the aerosol industry, and will facilitate meetings between the premium drinks world and design agencies and packaging players.

"It is a great pleasure for us to have been able to gather so many experts and I would like to thank all our speakers who are involved. I am sure that these two days of conferences at the heart of the event will allow the entire community to meet today’s challenges and innovate together," says Christelle Anya, Content and Community Director, Paris Packaging Week.

Among the topics that will be highlighted this year:

 How to understand consumer behaviour? Macro & Beauty Movements 2022 - 2026
 Aerosols, regulation and public perception: the outlook for 2022/2023
 Sustainable beauty in North Asia: what are the latest market trends to meet customers’ expectations?
 What is the solution to fight microbes and bacteria in the long term? Bioguard, a proven technology for your packaging
 Smart and connected packaging: new business opportunities for brands thanks to digital technological innovations
 What is the potential for NFTs in the world of wine and spirits?
 Assessing the recyclability of household packaging
 How can aerosols be recycled over and over again?


 How to understand consumer behaviour: Macro & Beauty Movements 2022-2026 - Michael Nolte, Creative Director, BEAUTYSTREAMS

 Sustainable beauty in North Asia, what are the latest market answers to meet customer’s expectations? Florence Bernardin, Owner, Asia Cosme Lab

 What is the solution to combat microbes and bacteria in the long term? Bioguard, a proven technology for your packaging. Nicolas Koutros, Director Général Délégué, Bioguard & Co and Pierre Ballet, President, Imprim’Luxe

 Plastic Act: the action plan in the cosmetics sector for sustainable cosmetics packaging - Emmanuel Guichard, General Secretary, FEBEA

 New opportunities for brands and consumers through packaging digitalisation innovations. Annie Begnaud, Founder Ab-agency and CEW board member and James Harmer, Planning & Innovation Strategy leader, Cambridge Design Partnership

 What are the expectations of consumers and the industry to serve packaging design? What rules should we adopt and how can we be best supported? Patrick Pinard, Senior VP, Business Development, PRS Invivo Group and Olivier Démétriadis, Sales Director, Digital Packaging

 Innovation in sustainability strategy for sampling and retail products in the beauty world ? Céline Boix - Commercial & Communications Director - Sampling Innovations Europe

 SPICE: collectively shaping the future of sustainable cosmetics packaging. Victor Frontere, Senior Sustainability Consultant, Quantis and Philippe Bonningue, Global Vice-President of Packaging & Circular Economy Stewardship, L’Oréal and Fréderic Dreux, R&D Packaging Leader - Prestige - Unilever


 What environmental claims on product packaging will you no longer be able to use and at what levels? Bruno Siri, General Secretary, CNE – Conseil National de l’Emballage

 Let’s discuss the right packaging. Michel Fontaine, President, CNE - Conseil National de l’Emballage and Jacques Playe, Head of Packaging, L’Oréal
-Social and Environmental Display of Products: The Green Impact Index – Why, How? Séverine Roullet Furnemont, CSR and Sustainable Development Director Green Mission and Franck Legendre, Director of Packaging, Innovation & Development, Pierre Fabre Group

 Panel Discussion: Recyclability for the luxe cosmetic industry: the progress we’ve made and the challenges we’ve faced. Frédéric Dreux, R&D Packaging Leader - Prestige, Unilever, Katarzyna Wisniewska, Director RSE EME, Sephora, Louis Marty, CEO & Co-founder & I love puppies, Merci Handy, Vincent Mooij, Director, Veolia.circpack® , Sabine Bouillet-Lubot, Strategic Marketing director global, Aptar, Valentin Fournel, Director Eco-conception, Citeo

 Call for innovation: The real challenges of tomorrow for future packs. Magali Barbier, Network Development and Animation Officer, COSMEBIO, Boris Le Goffic, Co-Founder, ENDRO Cosmétiques and Clémence Richeux, Cheffe de projet, Ma Bouteille s’appelle reviens

 Alternatives to sustainable plastic: perception and reality. Moderators: Eva Lagarde, Founder Re/Sources. & David Bayard, R&D Director L’Occitane, Kako NAÏT ALI, Dr. Materials Engineer - Polymer Expert / Resp. Com. Scientific Expedition 7e Continent, Axel Barrett, Chief Editor Bioplastics News, Dr Florent Girard, Process & Technique Director, Creagif Eco-Concept

 Re/generative cosmetics: what’s its role for packaging innovation? Thomas Busuttil, Founder and Director, R3 Imagin/able and Thomas Arnaudo, co-founder de 900care

 For a virtuous circle between brands and suppliers: a double CSR & Innovation approach! Laurent Auffret – Senior Account Executive Ecovadis et Eric Pertus CEO Altus Coating, Ecovadis Platinum Award

In parallel, a conference program will also be dedicated to aerosols (ADF Talks) and another to beverage packaging (PLD Talks).