Products of Change


Tue 05 Jul 2022 | by Rob Hutchins

POC On Demand | Mike Swain and LEGO explore the latest innovations in packaging

Last month, the Products of Change community came together to discuss the latest developments and innovations from the world of packaging. Led by POC’s packaging ambassador and materials guru, Mike Swain, what ensued was more than an hour’s worth of pioneering discussion and thought leadership from across an evolving industry staple. In this platform must-watch session for anyone looking to up their packaging game, viewers can enjoy a presentation from The LEGO Group’s head of packaging concept and design, Dan Kjaersgaard, as well as contributions from across the Products of Change community, spanning the toy, licensing, and material innovations sector. Products of Change members will be able to find the recorded Packaging Workstream session in full via the Live TV portal from now.

  • Discover the lengths The LEGO Group is going to help its licensing partners reduce their single-use plastics in line with its own ambitions to remove 100 per cent of all single use plastics in its product packaging.
  • Learn about some of the latest design concepts and material innovations to be emerging in the packaging space as more and more companies begin to transition to plastic free, reusable or recyclable options.
  • Connect with like-minded cross-industry experts and keep the conversation surrounding the move towards better industry sustainability in line with the United Nations’ 1.5-degree C target.
A calendar of regular workstream meetings and development updates like this are just one of the many benefits of Products of Change membership. Sign up today to dive into the Products of Change online content library and information resource and begin your journey towards better sustainability with your best foot forward today. Mike Swain will be delivering a two-day packaging design course in October this year in partnership with Products of Change. You can find more information on this within the pages of the launch edition of the Products of Change magazine, the Summer Sustainability Edit. Read the issue online here.