Sustainable, green, earth friendly: whichever term you want to use, more and more pressure is being applied to the event industry to make events kinder to the environment. Event greening (or sustainable event management) means organising events that consider and take
We recently had the pleasure of working with a large FMCG company on one of their flagship events. Over 3,000 staff attended from all over Europe, India and Africa. Bringing people together from across the globe and can be a costly exercise.
There are plenty of reasons why going paperless at events is a great idea, but people often find change difficult. Despite the benefits, you may find your attendees or participants reluctant to make the switch to paperless technology. When faced with roadblocks
Paper has been an event staples for many years. Attendees and planners often associate events with reams of paper-based information; from brochures to post session feedback forms. But how much does paper really cost your event? You might already know that paper
We are delighted to support the upcoming Internal Communications Conference, IC Matters on October 7th. Now in its third year, the conference is hosted by Newsweaver, a leading internal communications software company. A firm fixture on the annual event calendar, the conference is
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]You will be surprised, but there are many conferences handing out paper feedback forms at the end of their event. This may have been okay in 1999, but in 2016 shouldn’t we be making a commitment to stop this bygone practice?