As part of IMEX America’s commitment to green and CSR programs, the
With drop-in workshops filling up fast and sometimes spilling-out into the aisles due to high demand, the
“Planners and exhibitors globally are seeing the value of sustainability,” said Steen Jakobsen,
According to GMIC, the most popular programs hosted at the Sustainability Center so far during the show include a panel discussion led by Tamara Kennedy-Hill, CMP, executive director, GMIC, on green meeting standards and how to integrate them. Her “Sustainable Event Standards Integrated: Defining Sustainability for Event Success” session attracted a lot of attention. In addition, a personal wellness segment called, “Staying Healthy on the Road” had delegates happily striking yoga poses, stretching and learning new breathing techniques to keep them energized.
Other green-focused sessions are set to include “A Sustainable Las Vegas” lead by Taryle Spain, director of client services, Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and Chris Brophy, VP energy and environmental services; “Sustainability Rocks,” hosted by Luke Flett, sales and marketing manager of Universal World Events and “Sustainable Products and How to Source Them,” which will be delivered by Roel Frissen, CMM, managing director of Parthen.
The action and energy happening at the