Pro-Motion will be at Luxe Pack New York!

MAY 16 & 17, 2018

The East Coast premier tradeshow in the U.S. dedicated to creative/luxury packaging welcomes its 16th Annual tradeshow!

The exclusive event that offers creative packaging products & solutions for all beauty, fragrance, wine & spirits, wellness, and fine foods brands.

NJPEC Announces Franklin S. Abrams, Ph.D., J.D. as Innovation Forum Guest Speaker

By Annie Scully | Monday, March 5, 2018

WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY, USA, February 27, 2018 / -- The New Jersey Packaging Executives Club (NJPEC) is pleased to announced its Innovation Forum guest speaker will be Franklin S. Abrams, Ph.D., J.D., of Springut Law PC. His presentation on “Protecting Innovation from the Beginning” will take place on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at The Manor in West Orange, NJ stating at 6:00 p.m.

In his NJPEC Innovation talk Mr. Abrams will outline the basics of Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Trade Secrets.

Pro-Motion Team takes on Pharaoh’s Revenge at the Escape Room Challenge

The Pro-Motion staff had a great night of solving puzzles and riddles taking on Pharaoh’s revenge. It was a memorable night of team building and problem solving. The Pro-Motion gang struggled at first but came together to solve the challenge in a nick of time!

Pro-Motion Team takes on Pharaoh’s Revenge at the Escape Room Challenge

Made it in a nick of time!


Purposeful packaging for the circular products revolution requires out-of-the-box thinking

By Coro Strandberg and Rachel Morier | Friday, February 16, 2018 - 1:45am

Step by step. Product by product. Standard by standard. Consumer by consumer. That is what it will take to re-engineer our take-make-dispose economy so it is "restorative and regenerative by design, keeping products, components and materials at their highest utility and value at all times, distinguishing between technical and biological cycles," according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.

‘Natural’ label sells, but consumers, lawyers, government wrangle over what it means

By Julie Creswell | The New York Times

In recent years, one bright spot in an otherwise lackluster market for packaged foods, beverages and consumers products has been merchandise promoted as “natural.”

Consumers, increasingly wary of products that are overly processed or full of manufactured chemicals, are paying premium prices for natural goods, from fruit juices and cereals to shampoos and baby wipes.

Taking a closer look at food labels

What's in a label? Good question as USDA's Economic Research Service found out when it undertook a review of food labeling and the impact of Federal organic and nutrition labels. The final report is called Beyond Nutrition and Organic Labels - 30 Years of Experience with Intervening in Food Labels.