Innovative and Sustainable Journey for Printing Inks and Coatings

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September 19
11 a.m. ET
Regina Escandon Millet & Ashli Toles, BASF

Innovative and Sustainable Journey for Printing Inks and Coatings

Examine the innovative and sustainable journey of printing inks and coatings by joining Regina Escandon Millet, commercial marketing manager and Ashli Toles, research technician III in exploring BASF’s new bio renewable content (BRC) portfolio, as well as its corporate sustainability initiatives and latest innovations. Seize the moment to preview new and exciting products soon to make their debut.

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About Our Presenters

headshot Regina Escandon Millet

Regina Escandon Millet, BASF

Regina has been with BASF for nearly five years, most recently as commercial marketing manager for printing and packaging, EDJ, NA in Charlotte, NC. In earlier roles she supported the ED adhesives, paper coatings, and printing and packaging businesses as technical sales representative in BASF Mexicana, as well as serving as new business development specialist in ED for all the industries and supporting X-BU opportunities in Mexico.

Regina holds a bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical biological chemistry from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, UNAM, and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Universidad Iberoamericana, UIA and three diplomas in new food product development, cosmetology at UNAM and leaders that challenge the future at Tec de Monterrey.

Ashli Toles, BASF

Ashli Toles is a chemistry professional with over six years in the printing and packaging industry. Driven by the idea of creating products that are better for people and better for the environment, her work at BASF has centered around researching and developing bio-renewable alternatives. While on the industry side at Flint Group, she collaborated with locally and globally operating businesses to melt brand ideas with chemistry to create substrate-specific, regulation compliant, high-quality packaging ink.