Have you faced challenges when it comes to procurement at your events? Or struggle to communicate effectively with them? Join us at this session to unpack the business function that procurement performs and identify the success metrics against which they are measured.
As an assistant sustainability advisor for a London, U.K.–based events services firm focused on sustainable practices and innovation, Meg Strahle is combining her academic background in media, tourism, hospitality, and events, and research to make a difference.
Event and experience designers have the opportunity to create an environment that is not only physically and emotionally transformative for attendees, but also has an impact on sustainability. Here’s how to start.
As in-person events return, attendees may have an aversion to air travel for environmental reasons. Offering carbon offsets is one way to mitigate those concerns, but buyer beware: Not all programs are effective, or even credible.