Evènementiel : GL Events s'installe en TurquieLeMoci.comGL Events, groupe français spécialisé dans les métiers de l'évènement (organisation d'évènements, gestion d'espaces événementiels et services pour salons et congrès), a signé un contrat de 10...
“Let’s be honest about it. Meegan’s book was already the reference piece for the whole scene. So many people were inspired by and guidlines based on her great work and it is even better to see that the new edition brings it to another level. Newbies can learn about the principles of sustainability and its quadruple-bottom-line management. Advanced people can adjust their operations according to the great help offered in this book and professionals can sneak a peek at events, initiatives and projects worldwide that are show-cased in so many examples concerning all sorts of action areas.
What makes it even more worthwhile are those looks over the edge of events organization and on general principles and definitions that help us understand how sustainability is to be implemented in our society and should be in our businesses as well. There is still a long way to go and development to be achieved in the events industry to become more and more sustainable. I am sure that Meegan contributed massively to the filling of the gap – again!
With this remarkable piece of advice in your hands there simply is no way saying “I don’t know how to do it”.” Holger Jan Schmidt (GO Group & GreenEvents Europe), Germany
People usually assume that if they are good at a given craft they can run a business selling and producing that craft. Sometimes they have a knack for both skill sets, but usually not. And no matter how brilliant you are at your craft, poor business skills can kill your company.
In the last 10 to 15 years, there has been enormous growth in the event management business. This is a way of outsourcing occasions that are either business, social or a combination of the two. Events can be as diverse as weddings to political rallies, and for any business meeting or social occasion that someone can think up, an event management team can be called in to organize it.
The very first reader of Sustainable Event Management: A Practical Guide is.... Russ Spolin Sustainability Manager of Brisfest in Bristol UK (www.brisfest.co.uk). Tweet selfies of you and your book in action at your event... #GreenEventBook
Useful guide for event professionals and event management students in order to help them to think about event in a different way and plan décisions towards sustainability and collect tools to deliver sustainable events.
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