This year, for the first time, we have organised a special exhibition of the entries to the “Save the Planet” category in the Carton Excellence Awards with the Museum of Brands in London.
The Pro Carton Young Designers Award, now in its second decade, continues to grow unabated. Each year new countries are added to the list of those presenting their own national awards.
The TICCIT (Trees into Cartons, Cartons into Trees) schools Education Programme has sprouted many shoots in Europe over the last 12 months.
An incredible twenty eight winners were celebrated at the 2019 European Carton Excellence Award Gala Dinner held on 19th September in the awesome setting of The Limestone Heritage Park and Gardens in Malta, as part of the annual ECMA Congress.
The winners of the annual Pro carton Young Designers Award have been officially announced, with students from Austria and Germany taking the four top awards.
This year the number of entries to the Pro Carton Young Designers Award rose to an incredible 461! The Award is now the biggest student award in the field of packaging design. The ideas were submitted from 70 universities and colleges in 24 countries, VOTE NOW!
Due to the fantastically high standard of entries in the European Carton Excellence Awards in the past we have completely restructured the competition so that we can reward even more great cartons than ever before.
The Pro Carton Young Designers Award has established itself as the most successful European student award for packaging design with over 400 entries last year coming from 50 design schools across 21 different countries.
Recently Horst Bittermann, Pro Carton President, spoke at the Sustainability in Packaging Europe Conference and joined in the panel discussion later that day.
The jury has sat and the tension is mounting but the finalists won’t be revealed until the beginning of August. But here’s a sneak preview of the jury’s initial thoughts.
The number of entries to the Pro Carton Young Designers Award (#pcyda) more than doubled this year. Here's what the judges had to say after the meeting:
New for this year: there are more categories and there will be more winners plus more Finalists all of whom get to go to the Gala Dinner which this year is in Riga.
Brilliant and sustainable packaging ideas dominated proceedings at the 21st European Carton Excellence Awards.
The Pro Carton Young Designers Award is becoming an integral part of the college curriculum with 46 design schools from 16 countries participating
The Carton Excellence Award is Europe's most prestigious award for carton packaging. This is where the best and most successful ideas are highlighted every year.
The Pro Carton Young Designers Award is one of the most important European awards for the design stars of tomorrow!
The 20th Pro Carton ECMA Award trumped with a new record: more participants, from more countries, and even more entries.
The Pro Carton Young Designers Award for students' creativity in cartonboard packaging surpassed all expectations this time round.
The 20th Pro Carton ECMA Award broke a new record in terms of entries. Packaging is becoming more important as a marketing instrument and sustainability is almost always a core brand element.
The number of entries has multiplied since 2016 : 157 entries from 12 countries participated this time round. All the finalists, together with photos and descriptions.
Pro Carton is showcasing the Young Designers’ new concepts online now:
Year in, year out, the Pro Carton ECMA Award for carton packaging brings a fresh breeze to the industry. And since 2004, the Pro Carton Young Designers Award has caused quite a stir among young design talents.
This year, the Pro Carton ECMA Award celebrates its 20th anniversary. Submission details and entry forms are now available online.
In response to the question, "Sustainability yes, but how?!", Martina Hörmer, Managing Director Private Labels, REWE International, gave a clear answer.
More than one hundred entries, including many fantastic innovations, delighted the jury of the Pro Carton ECMA Award this year.