September 11—13, 2023
Las Vegas, NV USA

Key Stats from PACK EXPO Las Vegas and Healthcare Packaging EXPO 2021!

The packaging and processing community came together in September for perhaps the most important PACK EXPO Las Vegas and Healthcare Packaging EXPO yet. Over 23,000 attendees, eager to find solutions to current challenges, engaged with over 1,500 exhibitors across four expansive halls and more than 740,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It serves as the largest trade show in the U.S. in 2021 so far. In our commitment for full transparency, we want to be sure you have the facts. All statistics listed below are based on 2021 registration data for in-person attendees only (no virtual attendees or exhibitor registrations are presented below).

Number of Current Exhibitors


Total Exhibit Space Sold


Daily Comparative Tracker: Current Attendee-Only Registrations



attendee registrations



attendee registrations



attendee registrations

*Total is for in-person attendees only (Exhibitor Personnel not included).

% of Current Attendees New to the Show


Total Hotel Room Nights Sold

of total room block reserved

Decision Makers are Attending

are CEO/Senior Management
have Significant or Final Purchase Power

PACK EXPO Las Vegas and Healthcare Packaging EXPO 2021 is Where the Industry will Gather!

Concurrent Events by our Association Partners:
PMMI is proud to partner with 35 associations for the 2021 event.  In addition to show floor features and educational sessions, the following associations are holding concurrent events and meetings for a true one-stop shop experience:
  • The Cold Pressure Council
  • Composite Can and Tube Institute
  • Contract Packaging Association
  • Emerging Leaders Network
  • IoPP- Institute of Packaging Professionals
  • Independent Bakers Association
  • National Confectioners Association (NCA)
  • OpX Leadership Network
  • Packaging and Processing Women’s Leadership Network
  • And much more to come
About Las Vegas
Las Vegas is open for business. Clark County Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick said “together with our health leaders and resort and tourism partners, we’re doing everything we can to safely welcome trade shows and meetings to our destination. We remain optimistic that getting more people vaccinated in our community in conjunction with our current mask mandate will allow us to keep our workforce, community and visitors safe and our tourism economy moving forward”. For Las Vegas resources and updates, click here.