E-PACK Europe has been postponed. For more information click here
Smithers regrets to inform you that E-PACK Europe 2020 has been officially postponed.
We are currently working to confirm new dates and will provide you with updated information as soon as it becomes available!
Fabrice has joined DS Smith in 2016 under the Group Strategy direction, and worked directly in designing the creation of the ePack channel, which he is now in charge of deploying across Europe.
Before joining DS Smith, Fabrice has worked as a strategy consultant in LEK Consulting, in Paris, which he joined after completing his MBA in HEC Paris. Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Fabrice has more than 15 experience working with B2B customers across different industries such as Advertising, IT, Automotive and lately, Packaging. Fabrice speaks fluently Portuguese, French, Spanish and English.
Stuart Heffernan started his career in Ecommerce at Tesco.com in 2003 working with suppliers to understand how to measure, managing & maximise performance from the channel. Over past 15 years in FMCG ecommerce Stuart has experience of working with multiple manufacturers to develop the channel from a retailers perspective and at several digital media owners. Stuart made the move to supplier side in 2010 at Kerry foods and developed their 1st ecommerce & digital strategy with eretailers. In past 2 years Stuart has been working at Pernod Ricard, implementing a strategy to grow ecommerce at 2x the market growth, deliver new opps in channel and develop a best in class operation to deliver ambitious growth targets. The cost of deliver bottles direct or with eretail partners is a real challenge that Pernod Ricard face in the near future and the business is actively looking for potential ways to solve this challenge to deliver more value for the eBusiness channel at Pernod Ricard
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.
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.
Yi is responsible for global ecommerce & business development based in Amcor’s headquarters in Zurich. Yi joined Amcor in 2008 and held multiple roles in marketing, innovation and business development based in USA and Europe. Yi’s packaging and market knowledge span across diverse end-use segments and across rigid, flexible packaging and folding cartons. Her passion is connecting the dots between market insights and solutions to drive growth for Amcor and its customers. Prior to Amcor, Yi previously worked for Philips in retail marketing and management in China. Yi holds an MBA from Henry B. Tippie School of Management, The University of Iowa, USA.
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.