At the seminar, which was open to students and faculty from the School of Packaging and other Colleges within MSU, as well as packaging professionals and attendees from the general MSU community, Stitzel spoke to Package Development Opportunities: Embracing Holistic Thinking in Packaging. Her discussion included an overview of the packaging market, as well as a 360-degree look at packaging—how it fits into the supply chain, how well it meets regulatory requirements, its ability to attract consumers, and its sustainability.
“EskoArtwork is committed to furthering education,” says Stitzel. “In North America, there are more than 50 schools and universities where EskoArtwork software and hardware is installed. Our latest investment will help highlight the opportunities and challenges within the packaging arena, as well as demonstrate the importance of design and production in the packaging process.”