8 June, 2023
“Sustainable travel, meetings and events starts with measurement” advises Ian Cummings, Global Head of CWT Meetings & Events in ‘Business Travel & Events’, a special report in UK national newspaper The Times and Raconteur. “You can then make choices to bring down the climate impact of a meeting, whether that means staying at a newer hotel that uses less energy, switching to an airline that deploys more efficient aircraft- using electric vehicles, or choosing destinations that are more strategically located.”
As a boom in live meetings & events sweeps across continents, one thing is clear: We have a moral imperative and opportunity to transform sustainability in events.
The issue weighs big on CWT Meetings & Events. CWT’s award-winning global, creative agency which managed 2.2 million people attending 15,810 events in 2022 is on track to double its output, organizing more than 30,000 meetings & events in 2023.
We are thrilled to be included in 'Business Travel & Events' (page 5 of the publication). The comprehensive and insightful guide is designed to empower organizations to realise the benefits of travel and meetings and necessitate a shift toward a more sustainable and conscious future.
Here are a few key highlights you can expect from CWT Meetings and Events’ Ian Cummings in 'Business Travel & Events':
A well-executed meeting or event has the unique ability to galvanise. Anyone who has ever felt their productivity and momentum overhauled from a single, experiential event or workshop with colleagues or clients can attest to the transformative power of ‘face-to-face.’
From championing sustainable destinations and local businesses to driving social responsibility to inspiring innovation toward planet-friendly products and services, events – done right – are at the forefront of a global movement towards a better future.
Find out from industry leaders including Ian Cummings, Global Head of CWT Meetings & Events how accessible, sustainable and emotionally-impactful events can transform your business and shape the future in 'Business Travel & Events' Raconteur in the Times.