Event Concept today announced their commitment to a more sustainable future with the launch of their 2030 Pledge. The Pledge focusses on three key areas: Education, Partnership and Footprint. With a bold commitment to achieve NetZero, Zero to Landfill and to have removed all single use plastic from their manufacturing process and facility by 2030, this ambitious pledge demonstrates a dedicated focus to sustainable change.
Managing Director, Adam Stanley comments: “I am not only excited, but very proud of the commitment we are making to a sustainable future. 2020 was a very difficult year for the events industry but it’s also given us an opportunity to rethink and to rebuild with newly focussed commitment to changing the way we work, reducing our footprint and collaborating with our clients on creative and innovative projects with conscience.”
As the live events industry begins to rebuild after a period of difficulty, it presents an opportunity to change the way sustainability is perceived. Creative thinking and new technologies provide a platform for radical change.
Kate Connell, Event Concept’s Project Director adds “We’ve put our money where our mouth is and with our 2030 Pledge, we launch into a post pandemic economy with a new focus. The forced shift into digital has created opportunity to utilise hybrid events in new ways. If the pandemic showed us anything it’s that people need to connect on a meaningful level. Sustainability doesn’t equal boring. We can create meaningful experiences for our clients which create impact without damaging our natural world.”
As lockdown restrictions begin to lift, Event Concept are excited about the future and supporting their clients in creating #ImapctWithoutImpact.
For further information and to read the Pledge in full visit https://eventconcept.co.uk/about-us/sustainability/