January 21, 2022

Bühler Virtual World 2021

The Bühler Virtual World is a unique online platform that integrates 3D visualizations of solutions and technologies, and a virtual event with keynotes and a conference zone with breakout rooms for presentations as well as individual online meetings. As a response to the corona pandemic, Bühler hosted its first Virtual World in May 2020 to engage with customers and partners. Encouraged by the success of this first endeavor, Bühler has expanded the approach building a 3D landscape world featuring all Bühler businesses. The Bühler Virtual World showcases a series of new solutions and product launches designed to delight consumers, strengthen competitiveness, and increase sustainability.

During the Bühler Virtual World media conference held on 19 March 2021 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (CET (Central European Time)), Stefan Scheiber, Ian Roberts and Johannes Wick gave journalists their first exclusive insight into the Bühler Virtual World. They gave an overview of the current opportunities and business possibilities and answer questions. On Monday, March 22, Johannes Wick will present the first jointly developed packaging solution from Bühler and Premier Tech to the media from 4:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. (CET).

Please access Bühler Virtual World here. One can view the Bühler Virtual World event agenda here.

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