Navigating the Changing Landscape


4 September 2024, Ellerslie Event Centre, Auckland

At this event, we will dive into discussions about sustainable solutions to waste, with insights from world leading experts.

The Packaging Forum roundtable event is designed to be practical and informative. You will hear from world leaders (video interviews) and participate in collaborative panel discussions on how international best practice can be applied locally.

At the Packaging Forum roundtable you will have the opportunity to engage in interactive table groups, hear insightful panel discussions, and network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about making a positive impact on the environment via sustainable programmes.

Discover cutting-edge solutions, hear success stories, and gain practical knowledge on how to implement circular practices in your own organisation. From circular design principles, stewardship programmes, to waste reduction strategies, this event will equip you with the tools and inspiration to drive change.

Join us as we explore ways to create a more sustainable future for New Zealand.  Register now!


Save the date! 4 September 2024.

Everyone is welcome to join the conversation at this event. The roundtable is FREE for members of The Packaging Forum. Non-members are welcome to attend – there is a small fee. View ticket options on the registration page.

If you are interested in being a sponsor or exhibitor at this one-day event, please view our sponsor page.

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The agenda will include expert presentations, interactive table discussions, and facilitated panel sessions.


We have an exciting line up of international and local speakers. More details will be announced soon.


To find out more about our interactive sponsorship opportunities, go to the sponsorship page.


FREE for members. Non-Members pay a small fee. See ticket options on the registration page.


We recommend Novotel Ellerslie which is a 2 minute walk from the event venue.


View the FAQ page to find answers to commonly asked questions.