There are some events that are worth attending and I think that this is one of them. When Johanna contacted me to ask if I could help spread the word, I was totally psyched to do so… and then my latest event popped up and I got totally swamped!
Rather than come up with my own post as to why you should attend this event, I am going to publish the original press release because it hits all of the high points and gets right to the heart of the matter.
The truth of the matter is, everyone in the events community should be producing sustainable events but we are not for a variety of reasons.
If this is something that is on your radar and you are even remotely within a stone’s throw of New York, you owe it to yourself to check out ISES NYC’s upcoming Sustainability Summit taking place next week.
Here are the details:
The time for sustainable meetings and events is here! At the renowned Rubin Museum of Art. ISES NY Metro Chapter holds its 2nd annual Sustainability Summit on April 3rd, catered by Stephen Starr Events. Gain an invaluable 360-degree perspective of the impact of sustainability practices – from smarter global sourcing to local vendors. The 2012 Summit features green event innovators, corporate champions, and environmental experts in an interactive blend of educational workshops, motivating keynotes, and social networking (our new Marketplace 2.0 provides a great space for great minds, great food, and drink). A powerful lineup of guest presenters include:
- Tensie Whelan, President of the Rainforest Alliance
- Lee Ballin, Sustainability Manager at Bloomberg LP
- Robert LaValva, Founder & President of New Amsterdam Market
- Jimmy Carbone, Owner of Jimmy’s No 43 and Founder of Food Karma Projects, among others
Come to learn and connect; leave with the insights and resources you need to drive sustainability and create green events.
To learn more click here .
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Jill Taub Drury; (212) 213-4600