London Pulpweek Symposium 2018

An established event during London Pulp Week, this year’s Symposium will again be held at the IET London, Savoy Place, just a few steps from the Savoy Hotel, on November 8th.

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2018 Hawkins Wright & BWPA London Pulpweek Symposium

An established event during London Pulp Week, this year’s Symposium will again be held at the IET London, Savoy Place, just a few steps from the Savoy Hotel.

We are delighted to welcome a distinguished group of speakers, featuring:
• Liam Halligan, economist, author and broadcaster
• Markus Mannström, EVP Biomaterials, Stora Enso
• Nina Elmersson, VP Strategy & Projects, Ekman & Co.
• Paul Foulkes-Arellano, Precipice Design & A Plastic Planet
• Marco Eikelenboom, VP Sales & Marketing Graphics, SAPPI Europe
• Tom Wright, Managing Director, Hawkins Wright

As with last year, a legal counsel will be present and proceedings will be conducted in full compliance with EU competition law.

Note also that the BWPA Pulp Dinner will be held on the evening of Thursday 8 November, at the Waldorf Hotel, Aldwych. For more details: http://www.bwpa.org.uk/events/ or email Amanda Marcus.
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Conference Details

Event Name:
London Pulpweek Symposium 2018
Cost:
360.00
Date:
08 November 2018
Location:
The IET London

Speakers

We are delighted to welcome a distinguished group of speakers. Please see below for further details. 

Liam Halligan
Economist, author & broadcaster

Liam Halligan is an economist, author and broadcaster – wh...

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Markus Mannström
Executive Vice President, Stora Enso Biomaterials division

Markus Mannström has been Executive Vice Presiden...

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Nina Elmersson
Vice President Strategy & Projects, Ekman & Co.
Nina Elmersson has been employed since 2005 with focus on various a...
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Paul Foulkes-Arellano
Precipice Design & A Plastic Planet

With almost three decades’ experience in the packaging des...

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Tom Wright
Hawkins Wright

Tom is the Managing Director of Hawkins Wright. He und...

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Previous Conference

Hawkins Wright and the British Wood Pulp Association would like to thank all sponsors, delegates and speakers who helped us to create another very successful event last year.

Presentations are available to download using the credentials provided in the conference programme.

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