Designed by industry professionals, PaperCon brings together CEOs, mill managers, superintendents, scientists, process engineers and suppliers for the largest pulp and paper technical program in the world. No other event provides such a comprehensive program, networking opportunities and trade fair among such a distinguished group of industry leaders.
Papermakers, coating and graphic arts professionals, tissue manufacturers, recycling mills, and nonwovens engieers and technologists all under one roof. Where else can your company go to meet and network with such a wide array of current and potential customers?
Be an exhibitor or sponsor at PaperCon 2018, and establish yourself as a leader in the paper and packaging industry. Check out the many sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities available to you.
PaperCon gives you unprecedented opportunities to reach key decision-makers and promote your products or services.
PaperCon brings together CEOs, mill managers, superintendents, scientists, process engineers and more for North America’s largest paper and boardmaking event. In addition, co-located events will bring recycled paperboard, tissue, nonwovens and packaging professionals.
In 1915, thirty enterprising papermakers gathered together determined to form a new technical arm of the American Paper & Pulp Association (APPA). Their idea was to gather and disseminate information concerning matters which have to do with production. This forward thinking group wanted to create a forum where information could be channeled and ideas could be exchanged.
In less than a year, The Technological Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry was born. Known world-wide as TAPPI, their formula for success continues to work and their service to the pulp, paper and packaging industries continues to grow.
At her core, Hannah is an information junkie. She delights in bringing that information to the masses. As a researcher, speaker, generational expert, and coauthor of Managing Millennials For Dummies, Hannah thrives on studying what motivates, forms, and challenges every generation.
She has delivered her dynamic presentations in companies such as Cisco Systems, Adidas, Ralph Lauren, UnitedHealth Group, and Deloitte. Hannah is driven by the “a-ha” moments during speeches when audience members who seemed reticent at first can be seen nodding and smiling in appreciation.
An exceptionally curious person with an insatiable thirst to learn anything and everything, Hannah heads up BridgeWorks’ research initiatives, including delving into the latest trends on Generation Edge, the generation after Millennials. She is passionate about BridgeWorks’ gender, healthcare, and sustainability initiatives. Her research has unearthed valuable tips and actionable solutions for multi-generational workplaces and key strategies for marketing and reaching more generationally diverse client bases.