Liz Logue became EFI’s VP of Inkjet Customer/Brand Engagement and Strategy in 2019, a new role focused on helping EFI’s digital corrugated customers engage with brands. Logue’s work helps drive market awareness about digital printing and value it brings to the consumers. She also researches and develops strategies to extend EFI’s inkjet technology portfolio into additional new markets that can benefit from the and continuing analog to digital transformation in print manufacturing.
Prior to taking her current role, Logue was Vice president of Corporate Business Development, and Ink Jet strategy at EFI. In that position, she was responsible for planning, market evaluation and execution behind strategic M&A and new market development activity. Her work has included directing or assisting in EFI’s strategic moves into ceramics, textiles and corrugated packaging, working with engineering, ink and software teams to implement the correct solutions for target markets.
Prior to joining EFI in 2008, Logue worked for 10 years in various roles at IT Strategies, a specialized strategic consultancy company focused on the digital print industry. In her roles she advised hardware, ink and software vendors on corporate, product and M&A strategy. She also managed research initiatives, maintained industry relationships and kept abreast of the latest technology developments.
Marketing Director at
Flora Babot is responsible for Amcor Flexibles EMEA’s mid- to long-term growth priorities, related to e-commerce, digitalisation and sustainability. Flora joined Amcor in 2016 and held multiple roles in Strategy and Marketing. Prior to Amcor, Flora worked in Strategy for Babcock International and as a Management Consultant for L.E.K. Consulting. Flora graduated in Materials Science and Engineering from Imperial College London.
VP Content & Brand Strategyat
PMMI Media Group
Jim Chrzan is the VP of Content and Brand Development for PMMI Media Group, publishers of Packaging World, Healthcare Packaging, Automation World, ProFood World and OEM Magazine.
Jim has traveled extensively in the U.S. and Europe covering and presenting at conferences focusing on e-commerce, sustainability, automation, logistics and serialization. In his spare time Jim plays keyboards in a Grateful Dead/Bob Dylan tribute band.
Vice-President Innovation and Developmentat
Arco Berkenbosch began his career as a consultant for private packaging businesses, advising international B2B and B2C companies on packaging solutions. He was appointed Vice-President of Innovation and Development at Smurfit Kappa in 2008. In more than 20 years of working in packaging innovation Mr Berkenbosch has collaborated with many brand owners as well as with small startups. He believes that today there are more opportunities than ever to develop innovative and creative packaging solutions to grow business.
Jonne believes in creating value through sustainability. He founded a sustainability consultancy Natural Interest Ltd. in 2006 and in 2012 co-founded reusable packaging startup focused on sustainability and simplicity. RePack is an award winning European startup based Helsinki, Finland.
Senior Manager, Technical Salesat
Markus started with UPM in 2011. Today he is responsible for both the sales of the flexible, barrier and kraft packaging papers and technical consultation at some key accounts and in the Central Europe area generally. UPM Specialty Papers’ customers, e.g. brand owners, retailers and converters, are looking for sustainable packaging materials today. He is also creating strategic relationships to the other stakeholders in the growing e-commerce business today. During his UPM career Markus has held senior sales management positions in the UPM Communication Papers for the graphical end uses.
Previously, Markus started at the Finnish Pulp and Paper research Centre. After changing to a family owned paper company, Myllykoski Oy, he has worked in different positions of product development, marketing and sales. In addition, Markus has increased his knowledge of packaging business when leading a sales team at Finnish packaging film manufacturer, Rani Plast.
Markus has the degree of Master of Science, Helsinki University of Technology in papermaking and printing as well as the Master of Business Administration, Swedisch School of Economics.
Per Stoltz finished his studies with a Bachelor in Business and Administration. He started to work for IKEA in 1992 in the local Italian purchasing organisation.
He then moved to Sweden in 2000 to the product development and supply chain headquarter of IKEA situated in the small town of Älmhult. Working first with global strategic purchasing and later with product development projects.
Since 2008 he has been working with Sustainability, the first years with product related questions and communication and since September 2014 with the initiative “ Turning waste into resources” and circular economy for the IKEA Group.