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  • 12 Sep 2022

Labelexpo now offers conference on-site registration

Labelexpo offers conference on-site registration

Attendees coming to Labelexpo Americas 2022 and who haven’t yet registered to attend the accompanying conference will still have the opportunity to join with on-site registration.

This year, for the first time, they will for the first time be able to register for the two-day conference on-site at Donald E Stephens Convention Center from a mobile phone. 

Attendees can upgrade their existing show pass to either a one- or two-day conference pass simply by clicking on their registration link generated when they originally registered to attend the show, and selecting the type of pass they wish to upgrade to. A full conference pass is $795 and a one-day pass is $495 (discounts are available to TLMI, AIMCAL, FSEA and FTA association members). There’s more information at

Places are still available, so attendees should sign up on arrival to avoid disappointment. 

There are two days of sessions to choose from: day 1, Tuesday, September 13, focuses on technology and trends, opening with a joint presentation given by TLMI president Linnea Keen, Finat MD Jules Lejeune and CEO of Fortis Solutions Group John Wynne. They’ll be discussing the US label market and globalization. This is followed by two panel sessions covering supply chain challenges and automation. The former features panelists from Mark Andy, Procter & Gamble, Avery Dennison and All4Labels; while the latter features panelists from Cerm, HP Indigo, Label Traxx and Blue Label Packaging Company. 

The theme for day 2, Wednesday, September 14, is future-proofing your business, opening with presentations given by Bob Cronin, M&A expert and L&L contributor, and Bruce Hanson, CEO of AWT. They’ll be covering ways of staying competitive and M&A. This leads into a panel discussion covering the changing industry landscape and how companies need to adapt, with four converter and investor representatives from Resource Label Group, Brook + Whittle, Repacorp and Mason Wells. Closing the conference is a panel discussion deep-diving into opportunities beyond PS labels, with representatives from Durst, ePac, Cambridge Label and Catapult Print.

Tasha Ventimiglia, show director says: 'We want to make the Labelexpo Americas 2022 experience as memorable and easy as possible, so by offering the opportunity to join conference sessions on-site from a mobile phone means that attendees won’t need to wait in long lines and won’t miss out on valuable insights shared by our industry experts during the two days. We can’t wait to welcome everyone to the show and conference tomorrow!'

The full program is available at



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