London Pulpweek Symposium 2020


The Programme

2020 Hawkins Wright & BWPA London Pulpweek Symposium

Hawkins Wright and the British Wood Pulp Association are currently evaluating options and making plans to host the November Symposium with the expectation that health, business and travel circumstances continue to normalise over the next few months.

We believe the venue to be sufficiently large to host a good number of participants even if faced with the obligation to reduce capacity.
This - combined with today's streaming and broadcasting technologies - should allow us to engage a wide audience and attract a panel of speakers of the caliber that our regular participants have become accustomed to.

Thus, barring a reversal of fortunes in the fight against Covid-19, we look forward to hosting another successful London Pulpweek Symposium.
Stay tuned for more details about the programme, ticket prices, etc.


Conference Details

Event Name:
London Pulpweek Symposium 2020
12 November 2020
The IET London
Registration for the next event will open three months prior. Stay tuned!


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

Tom Wright
Hawkins Wright

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

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Oliver Lansdell
Hawkins Wright
Oliver is an industry analyst and consultant with more than 15 year...
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Pierre Bach
Hawkins Wright
Pierre joined Hawkins Wright in 2014 and has been providing researc...
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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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