Your Product Packaging is as Important as the Product it Holds

Most often, your packaging is the first experience a consumer has of your product. To do its job a package must first attract, invite, inform, and persuade.  A successful package must also protect the product and deliver an “out of box experience” that resonates with the consumer. Delivering an effective package requires many specialized skills including structural design, knowledge of materials, cost analysis, and POS to name a few. Todays packaging is part of the product experience. Your packaging is an important component in establishing your brand image and must be approached with the same attention you give your company’s financials.

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Yard-X
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Place Over Time: The Exhibit
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Porter Square Galleria
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American Alarm
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SUNY Oneonta: Cultural Anthropology Exhibit
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Bundles
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Franklin Institute of Boston
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AJ Antico
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Wine Food Society of Boston
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Sapiens
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Brigham and Women's Hospital
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General Cinema
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Pride
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Venetica
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Kaspersky
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Liberty Financial
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Formagg
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Kaspersky Labs
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Steam Town USA
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TriGenix
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Boston 100
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TeleCom City
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Cuddletime
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Pride
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Pedaling.com
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Rainboworld, Inc.
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Enox
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Kaspersky Labs
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Sapiens
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Just Born
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Watchwire
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Nasoya
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AirQual
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Concussion Center of Massachusetts
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Photofold
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Just Born
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National Trust
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Blue Hill Country Club
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Nasoya
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Kaspersky Labs
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Sapiens
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McBaby
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Mikdash
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HandiFlag
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Gyroscope Labs
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Protective Factors
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Just Born for Triboro Quilt
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Bundles
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Eyeweb, Inc.
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Flyers
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One Sage
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American Alarm
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Dan's Chocolates
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Formagg
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AJ Antico
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General Cinema
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American Alarm
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Pedaling.com
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Eyeglass Rescue
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Pro Optical
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Brigham and Women's Hospital
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Relativity Technologies
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Liberty Financial
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Franklin Park Zoo Bird House Exhibit
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Campbell Soup Company
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Kaspersky Labs
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SKOK
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HSB
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Carr
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New Balance
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TeleCom City
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Concussion Center of Massachusetts
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Boss Smart Plug
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HeiterConnect
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Wilson