Student Starpack 2020 Briefs and Winners
The 2020 Student Starpack briefs have been announced.
Full details of the 2020 briefs, conditions of entry and judging procedure can be downloaded as PDFs at the bottom of this page.
Sponsored by Logoplaste
Develop a suitable 100ml bottle for use either as an individual pack or as part of a larger pack. Consideration needs to be given to promoting safe consumption of alcohol.
Sponsored by Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association
Design and develop a luxury promotional metal pack to hold a 100ml bottle of perfume, aftershave or cologne.
Sponsored by Rigid Containers
The challenge for this brief is to identify any product which is currently packed and distributed using single use polymers or mixed materials, and to design an innovative packaging solution
using 100% corrugated material.
Sponsored by Klöckner Pentaplast
Selecting from one of the following categories – bakery; convenience food-to-go or fresh produce – can you create a plastic pack that is recyclable or made from recycled content and helps reduce food waste by the consumer?
Sponsored by RPC
Develop a pack, or range of packs that can be used for home deliveries of a range of goods that are returnable and reusable. The packs will need to be designed to accommodate a myriad of different items, be robust enough to survive many journeys and also to protect the contents.
Sponsored by Smurfit Kappa
Design a corrugated fibreboard temporary display to hold 48 bottles of 1.5L Pepsi Max using core brand logos and imagery to express a marketing ideas around 'Back to School' appealing to parents not children.
Sponsored by Graphic Packaging International
To identify a current example of unnecessary SUP in the marketplace and design a carton board alternative.