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Cool Things Our Clients Do – Giving Back Edition

Giving back is key to your organization's impact on the host city of your event. Organizations meeting in a destination can have either a positive or negative impact on the community. An increased focus on communities regarding health, food scarcity, and environmental factors, gives hosting organizations an opportunity to make a real difference—to DO GOOD. [...]

Hybrid Event Do’s and Don’ts From Real World Experience

We've been pursuing hybrid elements for our future-minded clients here at MeetGreen for nearly a decade. During the pandemic, we took the opportunity to turn our full attention to defining and refining our virtual events processes. With the return to in-person events becoming more common over the last year, we had the chance to bring [...]

Cool Things Our Clients Do: Event Materials Edition

Rethinking How We Meet…It Matters The best place to start having a more sustainable event is often by rethinking the materials we use in an event. Rethinking how the materials were used in the past will save considerably on time, money, and the environment moving forward. Ask your team these questions at the very beginning [...]

By |2022-06-23T22:44:58+00:00June 23rd, 2022|Blog, Conference Management, Sustainability, Tips|0 Comments

Cool Things Our Clients Do: Food Edition

Our corporate clients are on the cutting edge of sustainable events. They know how we meet matters, and their leadership drives the demand for sustainable initiatives. These organizations are changing the sustainable event scene forever through: Sound planning Vendor engagement Significant buying power In this post, we concentrate on three food-related "cool things our clients [...]

Lessons in Leadership: Adaptability and Innovation

MeetGreen has operated as a virtual company from the very beginning over two decades ago and we are adventurers in this world. More than ever before. Adapting Events in 2020 At the beginning of the COVID 19 shutdown in March 2020, the MeetGreen team successfully converted the year’s first face-to-face meeting [...]

Can Rethinking Events Future-Proof Your Organization?

The world has shifted dramatically in the past two years. How we work, do business, market, shop, gather, share information, and live day-to-day has undergone a transformation none of us could have expected. Let me be clear, there is no return to "normal," and it is time to future-proof both your personal and business worlds. [...]

MeetGreenChat – Risks Rewards Resilience with Sponsors

We continued our theme of "Risks, Rewards, and Resilience" at our latest #MeetGreenChat. We focused on sponsors and the discussions were lively and interesting! Here's a recap of our discussions: What role do your sponsors play at your events? Sponsors are valued partners; how do you enroll them into your planning process?

Is Meeting In-Person the Best Choice?

Ask the Sustainable Events ExpertKicking our "Ask the Expert" series off we thought we would start with "How to Decide if Meeting In-Person is the Best Choice". This specifically addresses environmental impact decisions. You may be wondering how you can still meet in-person and lower your impact on the environment. The [...]

MeetGreenChat – Risks Rewards Resilience with Event Technology

This month's #MeetGreenChat was all about the risks, rewards, and resilience of event technology. The discussion touched upon a variety of technologies but did not cover it all. It's a big topic to discuss and I'm sure there will be other opportunities to chat about it again in the future. For now, here are the [...]

The 2021 Fall Event Season is Here

The Fall event season is here and the MeetGreen team is ready to go! The event season may look a little different this year with some events in-person, hybrid, or even virtual. Our team is rolling with the changes! As we navigate through these uncertain times I know our team is resilient, resourceful, and adaptable. [...]

By |2021-12-09T17:19:23+00:00September 14th, 2021|Blog, Conference Management, Q32021, Sustainability|0 Comments

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