The Hygienix 2017 conference attracted over 530 absorbent hygiene professionals to address issues and advances affecting the largest global nonwoven and engineered materials sector with the latest information on brand disruptors, incontinence perspectives for consumers and institutional, smart and sustainable diapers, feminine hygiene disruptors, thinner diaper performance and economics, cutting edge odor control, and game changers for technology, retail, and demographics.
“The dynamism in this important market segment was again confirmed with the exceptional turnout at this year’s event. Absorbent hygiene professionals convened for three days of valuable program content to stay ahead of the innovations that are changing the face of the industry. Additionally, there were plenty of networking opportunities for professionals to advance their business with professional business connections,” says Dave Rousse, INDA president.
The Hygienix audience includes senior leadership, new business development, corporate and division management, research and development, marketing, sales, and plant production professionals interested in attending presentations focused on relevant and informative subject matter regarding the latest hygiene innovations and advancements.
INDA encourages industry professionals to submit an abstract on their latest hygiene research, product, or component innovation by April 2, 2018, for the opportunity to gain industry recognition, potential partners, and customers. Abstract topics for consideration include: Breathability, Closure Systems, Core Construction, Demographics, Elastomers, Films, IP, Market Trends/Globalization, Material & Equipment Advancements, Odor Control, Packaging, Printing, Raw Material Cost Trends, Regulation, SAP & Fluff Pulp, Standards, Sustainability/Biodegradability, and Total Absorbent Systems.
Brief abstract summaries within one or two paragraphs in length, detailing the relationship of the research to absorbent hygiene or manufacturing including contact information (phone and email) should be emailed to Deanna Lovell, firstname.lastname@example.org.