With great connection to the industry
Our Advisory Board is based on strong representatives from the packaging industry. A couple of times a year we gather our Advisory Board to make sure that we are on the right track to always be relevant to our exhibitors and visitors. We are extremely proud of our representatives and truly believe in continuously working close to the industry!
Business Development Manager
Paccedo AB / Nordiske Medier
Per-Stefan Gersbro has over 30 years of experience in the packaging industry and has worked for many international packaging companies and organizations in Belgium, England, Switzerland and Sweden. He was the initiator of Packbridge, where he worked as CEO for 5 years.
Marketing & Communication Director
Vice President, Business & Innovation Area Material Transition
RISE, Research Institute Of Sweden
Jon Haag was born in the Capital of Sweden just before the oil crisis in 1973, giving him environmental concerns right from the start. Analytics and chemistry interest lead him to the Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden), graduating school in 1997 with a M Sc in Chemical Engineering, Energy and Pulp & Paper.
Jon has gained a multidisciplinary knowledge and experience for over 20 years; environmental technology, energy technology, technical consulting, strategy and management consulting and innovation in practice. Most of the work have been in multinational companies like McKinsey & Co, ÅF Group, BillerudKorsnäs AB and Stora Enso, supporting respect for how different end-users can be and how they value services. He has worked at three start-ups, the last one a design and innovation agency that he founded and led for six years. Recently he has initiated and led New Business Lab and a new Insight Platform for BillerudKorsnäs to find the future solutions of packaging business and solutions for megacities all over the globe.
Today he is Vice President of Business & Innovation area Material Transition at RISE, where we speed up challenge driven innovation within the fields of material use in much more resource efficient manners. Packaging, plastics, textiles and composites are in focus right now for designing for circularity.