Are you a freelancer or a consultancy that is eager for your clients to embrace sustainability but not sure how to win them over over or communicate to engage them.
Perhaps they say they want to ‘go green’ and you want a framework and structure to follow.
Whilst lockdowns have meant many countries do not have any events happening, we know that many event professionals have been using the time to up-skill and get prepared to re-open with sustainable event principles.
Key to this is understanding how to engage audiences, so here are four principles to consider for your sustainability initiatives, which can also be applied to your COVID safe plans too.
If you are missing a summer event or festival, then this nostalgic post talks about the rubbish side of events- waste management!
Read on to find out, how audiences react to bin set-ups and what it means for waste and recycling outcomes. This is helpful if you run events and want to improve your waste management systems and recycling rates.
by Livvy Drake
When you think about making an event sustainable, does your mind start to whizz: waste, travel, water, plastic - where do you even begin? What do you prioritise? What sustainable materials do you choose when they cost so much more?
This can be pretty overhelming when you also have to get your event live, sell tickets and keep your clients happy. Read on for three tips for reducing sustainable event overwhelm.