Indian Institute of Packaging

Indian Institute of Packaging organizes a two

day training program on ‘Principles of

Packaging for Women Entrepreneurs’
on 12th -13th August, 2013


The Indian Institute of packaging is organizing a two-day training program on “Principles of Packaging for Women Entrepreneurs”

The program is for women entrepreneurs in all fields, who have packaged goods in their product portfolio like handicrafts, textiles, food products, machinery.

The faculty for the program will be both internal as well as invited from industry.

The two day program includes topics such as:-
1. Basic concepts of Packaging
2. Plastics in Packaging
3. Packaging of Fresh and Processed Food
4. Role of Branding in Packaging
5. Importance of testing and quality assurance and much more.

DATE: 12TH & 13TH August, 2013     VENUE: IIP, Mumbai
REGISTRATION FEE:  Rs. 5,500/- (Non-Member), Rs. 5,000/- (Ordinary Member) and Rs. 4,750/- (Life-Member) + 12.36% Service Tax.

The detailed brochure and the registration form are attached. The registration form may be filled up with the delegate details and sent back to IIP, Mumbai – E-2, MIDC Area, Andheri East, Mumbai – 400093.

About Indian Institute of packaging (IIP) 
The Indian Institute of Packaging was set up in May 1966 by the Indian Packaging and allied industry and the Government of India, Ministry of Commerce with the specific objective of improving packaging standards.

The Indian Institute of packaging is a link to the world of packaging and welcomes you to the packaging fraternity. At present, IIP has members in various categories like Patron members, overseas members, Life members & large number of ordinary
members.

IIP’s endeavor is to improve the standards of packaging needed for the promotion of exports and help create infrastructural facilities for overall packaging improvement in India through Research and Development, problem solving consultancy and testing, training and education, industrial co-ordination, information dissemination and other promotional efforts. 

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