Vienna Venture that Helps Elderly Bakers ‘Learned From Scratch’
The social enterprise in Austria’s capital will share its recipe for success over the last 10 years, including thriving during the pandemic, at Convening EMEA.
Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Sustainability Efforts Cause Ripple Effect
As the Monterey Bay Aquarium systematically eliminated single-use plastic from its operations, it led to more sustainable practices throughout an entire supply chain.
A Sea Change for Event Sustainability
Five years ago, a majority of planners weren’t particularly interested in sustainability efforts at special events at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Lately, there’s been a big shift.
10 Ways to Make an Impact With Your Event F&B
Quick wins do not mean shortcuts, EduCon panelists agreed — making social and environmental impact takes time and planning.
HHH Volunteers to Help NOLA Residents Plan for Hurricane Season
Family care kits aim to take out some of the stress out of hurricane season and connect residents with resources.
Championing Connection and Community in Minneapolis
Meet Minneapolis’s CEO Melvin Tennant shares how the DMO is addressing stress from the pandemic, George Floyd’s murder, and other world events with strategies and policies designed to support employees and the community.
IMEX Frankfurt Exhibitors Promote Sustainability
The Scottish Event Campus will plant a tree for every meeting its representatives conduct with IMEX attendees, while visitBerlin will offer event sustainability checks for planner attendees.
Calling for a Regenerative Business Events Industry
It’s now or never. That stark assessment comes from the scientists who authored the most recent update to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, released by the United
Conference Shares Prague Congress Centre With Ukraine Refugees
World Environmental Education Congress organizers had no time to plan a formal community service project for the Ukrainian refugees housed in the Prague Congress Centre during the time of their conference, but participants found ways to demonstrate their support.
Experience Columbus’ Return on (Diversity) Investment
Why a diversity apprenticeship program in Columbus, Ohio, is going all in on expanding access to management positions for people of color in the hospitality, travel, and events sectors.
Making CSR Part of the Event’s Fabric
The American Quilter’s Society’s QuiltWeek events make it possible for participants to give back to the local community in the best way they can.
Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis: How the Events Industry is Helping
The number of events, travel, and hospitality industry groups that have condemned Russia’s attacks on Ukraine continues to grow — while more event venues in Europe convert their facilities to house the millions of Ukrainians escaping the ravages of war.