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Do you have an idea for great packaging?

Do you have an idea for great packaging? Do you think there are better way of packaging food? Do you find inspiration in unique and unusual places? Do you think we can do things differently?
Well show us what you can do – and enter our #LearnHow competition. LINPAC Packaging is looking for designs which challenge expectations and amaze the world with their approach to plastic packaging design.
Plus you get the chance of winning three cash prizes of £250, £100 and £50.
History is full of visionaries who have imagined the impossible, turned it into a reality and disrupted the world around them in the process. By embracing radical new visions, ideas and concepts, these #disruptors have been the originators of a new way of thinking, doing and being.
Competition Brief
Create an innovative packaging design that will disrupt the bakery sector in a way that hasn’t been seen before. It could be a new way of packaging muffins, donuts or bread sticks – it’s up to you. Use some real Blue Sky Thinking and wow the judges at LINPAC.
It needs to be an idea that's more than just an adaptation of an existing approach. It needs to be something new and radical. Something that is truly innovative.
There are also no restrictions on the format of the design. It could be for a new product or an existing one like a good-old fashioned currant bun. Open to anyone, you can send your designs in any format – from a simple drawing, a computer generated image or even a full mocked-up piece of packaging.
The competition closes on August 31, and judges will announce the winners in mid-September.
You can send you images via email to info@linpacpackaing.com or post them to Emma Czirok, European Marketing Analyst, LINPAC Packaging, Wakefield Road, Featherstone, West Yorkshire, WF7 5DE
Or post them on our Facebook page with the hashtag #design.

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