Student Starpack 2018 briefs
Full details of the briefs, conditions of entry and judging procedure are available on the Awards Registration website (opens in new window) and can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
Sponsored by Logoplaste
Design a two pint fresh milk bottle that not only contains the milk safely and is easy to use but also has a visually appealing design that you would be proud to put on your breakfast table.
Sponsored by DS Smith.
Using the benefits of corrugated board and its features design a functional but creative solution that is both exciting to interact with and promotes a secondary use or purpose.
Sponsored by Klockner Pentaplast- LINPAC
Create a plastic packaging solution that is recyclable or made from recycled content that helps reduce food waste by the consumer.
Sponsored by RPC Design
Using plastic as the primary material design a 5-litre pack for motor oil that allows for easy dispensing of the contents without needing any separate utensils.
Sponsored by SK Display UK
Design an innovative and creative structure as a ‘free standing display unit’ to contain the 600ml new water bottles that not only promotes this exciting new product but also safely contains the bottles, is robust and simple to assemble and has great customer appeal.
Sponsored by MPMA
Design and develop a prestigious range of luxury gift packaging representing metal as the primary material for a range of either teas or coffees
Sponsored by Graphic Packaging International
Create a new pack aimed at evening meal times for an existing brand in the market place. Your solution will connect the user(s) with the product using digital/virtual technologies to encourage families and friends spending time together at meal times.
Sponsored by RPC-BPI
Design an innovative use for Plaswood recycled plastic within the retail sector to promote awareness of the importance and benefits of recycling packaging material to consumers/shoppers.
Full details of the 2018 Student Starpack competition, detailed briefs and entry details (opens in new window)