Extra Brownie Points
when you host a Zero Waste Event
Save Money By Reducing Waste
Eco-efficient event practices, such as "design-for-reuse" and "going digital" can help you to save more money. For example, by adopting a "going digital" approach, the digitalisation of event information and communication via digital channels can greatly reduce the use of paper and as a result, helping you to save on the printing cost.
Increased Revenue Opportunity
Green consumerism is on the rise and by hosting a greener event, you are greatly increasing your chances of securing an investment or a sponsorship deal. You are opening doors to working with new clients to help them meet their own CSR objectives and even attract the attention of a new sponsor and provide unique ideas for sponsors activations.
Avoids Damage and Risks To Your Brand
Reducing your event environmental footprint could greatly deter you from inviting criticism and unwanted questions, or even risking financial penalties or loss, which any or all of it, could be detrimental to your brand and growth potential.
Matches Attendee Ideals
Environmental & social consciousness matters to a large proportion of your current or potential attendees. If you can’t meet their expectations, they are less likely to come along or to return to future events.
Don't Green Wash, Prove It With Verifiable Action
Your attendees will always be skeptical of noble and bold claims until proven otherwise. Don't just make another claim. Instead, walk the talk and demonstrate your commitment to a better world by taking the appropriate action and having it verified by an independent certification body.
Attract and Retaining Talents
Similar to matching your attendee's ideals, going green can also help you attract and retain top talents to run your event, and passionate volunteers to ensure your event's success.
Clients and Brands We Have Worked With
Disruption in Food and Sustainability Summit 2019
29 March 2019, Grand Hyatt Singapore
100% Zero Waste to Landfill/Incineration Certified
Organised by Alliance for a Responsible Future (ARF)
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