Welcome to MeetGreen®

MeetGreen® has been leading the way in sustainable meeting management since 1994. Use MeetGreen®'s expertise in meeting technology, educational sessions and green meetings as your competitive edge. Whether or not being sustainable is your focus, we use our unique approach and knowledge to your advantage to ensure your events save you time and money.

We work around the world on all sizes of events. We have offices and team members in Portland Oregon; New York; Washington D.C.; and Vancouver B.C. Canada.

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Contact us to learn more about how MeetGreen® can save you time and money and leave your attendees with an unforgettable meeting experience!

  • Nancy Zavada Interviewed on the EventTech Podcast

    MeetGreen founder and principal Nancy Zavada was recently a guest on the EventTech Podcast. Nancy talked with host John Federico about the intersection of tech and sustainability.     View more EventTech podcasts here

    Posted at July 22, 2014 | By : | Categories : Articles,Blog,News | Comments Off
  • How Many is That in “Trees?”

    by Nancy Zavada, CMP They say “what gets measured, matters.”  We couldn't agree more.   Here at MeetGreen we love to use numbers to tell our story.  We often convert those numbers into more visual elements such as trees, elephants or Olympic swimming pools—it helps the human mind to understand the impact. Yet, even the raw data ...

    Posted at July 17, 2014 | By : | Categories : Articles,Blog,News | Comments Off
  • Business Lessons From 20 Years in the Event Industry

    They say if you start a business and it is still in business five years later, you are a success.  I would add, if you start a business and twenty years later you are still engaged, excited and passionate about what the company brings to ...

    Posted at June 16, 2014 | By : | Categories : Articles,Blog,News | Comments Off
  • Event Planning 101 – The Dirty Dozen for the First Time Planner

    When holding any meeting or event, it’s critical to review the basics: Why are we meeting?  With events that occur annually or regularly, we often forget to go back and revisit why we’re meeting.  What is the outcome we expect? What are we or the attendees expecting to experience?  How do we want to deliver the ...

    Posted at June 12, 2014 | By : | Categories : Articles,Blog,News | Comments Off