Tag: sustainability

How To Accelerate Sustainability In Events

How To Accelerate Sustainability In Events

Sustainability needs to be embedded into business models: it is a catalyst for innovation and a driver for profit. It is an opportunity for businesses, society and the planet. With live events increasingly becoming part of many brands content marketing strategies, it makes sense that 

Indoor vs Outdoor Venues: Which is More Sustainable?

Indoor vs Outdoor Venues: Which is More Sustainable?

When you’re planning any kind of event, a big question is always where the venue should be. After all, the venue can have a huge impact on the overall experience of your attendees. The shift from an indoor to an outdoor venue can make all 

Vegetarian and Vegan Catering for Events

Vegetarian and Vegan Catering for Events

In 2010, a report released by the United Nations Environment Programme encouraged a global shift to a more plant-based diet in order to combat the environmental effects of consuming animal products. Event planners can also do their part by including more vegetarian and vegan options 

Eco-minded Planning

Eco-minded Planning

Sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) are terms that continue to generate thought in the events industry. If you’re still not sure what those terms mean or how they impact the way you plan, here are the definitions: Sustainability is a method of using a 

How Event Planners Can Choose An Innovative Event Venue

How Event Planners Can Choose An Innovative Event Venue

An event venue can make or break the look and feel of an event. While hotel conference centers are easily accessible, they often don’t feel innovative, and they are often expensive unless reserved well in advance. This article is designed to help event planners identify 

Sustainable Catering is possible [Infographic]

Sustainable Catering is possible [Infographic]

Sharing a meal can play an important community-building function, attract people to hear your message or support your organization, or simply provide sustenance to busy students as they attend yet another meeting rather than attending to their dietary needs.   Food and dinnerware do, however,