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What We Are Looking For

Our audience is diverse and we are looking for informative and interesting stories to help them package their products.

We accept a wide range of topics that span the entire supply chain and more.  If you have thoughts on packaging, label design, labelling compliance, packing, automating and transporting products or wish to share your learnings on what to do or what not to do, we want to hear from you.

Our goal is to build a community that contributes to and supports people involved in buying packaging.

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Byline: Every article will be attributed to the author including a 50 word bio, links back to their website or social media profile and a photo.

Targeted Audience Exposure:  Our visitors are looking for packaging stories to help them package their products efficiently, safely, sustainably and economically.

Guidelines

Your article can be informative or funny.  The mandatory criteria is that it shares a story that our audience will find helpful to their own business.  It can be professional knowledge, first-hand experience, problem-solving or simply an entertaining story about packaging.

Here are a few guidelines:

  • Write in the first person;
  • Use an educational approach with clear terms and ideas;
  • Keep it professional, friendly and open;
  • Write 500-750 words
  • Use headings to quickly identify topics and bullet points;
  • Create original material only. Do not submit articles that have been published before.

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People First Packaging Design

By Cheryl Sullivan

People First Packaging Design Connecting the Brand through People-Centric Designs Another trend that has been around awhile but seems to be on the upswing are labels and packaging with people photos. This lends authenticity to the brand and connects the consumer to the brand’s story. For instance, the Matsu organic wines show photos of three generations…