Ready to launch a start-up? Learn why to consider your packaging earlier, and collaborate with experts to cross the finish line on time. Start-ups must consider every investment’s impact on your launch date as well as your finances both short term and long. The earlier you consider packaging, the more time you’ll have for R&D (research and development), and to revise, learn from failed tests, and redirect goals—all of which are par for the course with every start-up. Here are 5 considerations to make when defining your start-up packaging budget.
Amsterdam-based agency MAS designed the packaging for SPRICE, a new line of natural ice treats that bring a fun and fresh approach to popsicle packaging.
Garbergs_Project designed the packaging for MER, a traditional Swedish soft drink.
VDA BANGKOK designed the adorable packaging for TASTE&Co, a new dried fruit product line.
Spanish Agency Fammilia designed these fun and clever conceptual wine labels.
One man’s trash. Fitzroy Premium Navy Rum is more than just stunning packaging design—it’s also about sustainability and creating a product that doesn’t just end up in the landfill. We spoke with Marnix Tiggeloven at Fitzroy to learn more about the process of creating this delightful rum, crafting the story behind it, making it sustainable, and more.
LINEA designed this exquisite cognac packaging in celebration for the Year of the Rooster.
Ancla Studio has designed the packaging for Nami, the first sake that has been produced in Mexico.
Hired Guns Creative designed the packaging for Monashee, a new line of spirits.
Geometry Global designed this electrifying packaging for Flora for Fauna, a line of aphrodisiacs geared specifically toward the Chinese market.
Do you lust after pizza on a regular basis? Then this project just might be for you. Futura designed the bold and funky packaging and branding for “The Pizza Affair.”