Summary of Twitter Chat on Sustainable Event Planning

Juhi Purswani
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December 14, 2018

Sustainability is a trend widely followed in the year 2018. As we near the end to this year, event planners and event professionals across the globe pledge to make events more sustainable and adhere to the concept of Green Events.What comes to your mind on the first thought of planning sustainable events? Saving the environment from being destroyed, preserving nature is all about going green at your events. going paperless at conferences is surely an amazing way to introduce sustainabilityat events. Paperless conferences make a great way for introducing event app in the corporate events and use it at its fullest. Event Tech can now be a saver for you at any conference or event.

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Let's delve into the more sustainable ideas that can be introduced in the events likeusing biodegradable plates and cups instead of plastics, treating your event waste as required and processing the reusable products to avoid wastage and dump, going digital, using the power of social media to spread the message and so on.According to ISO 20121, sustainable event management is the process of integrating environmental and social responsibility issues into event planning.Hubilo came up with another Twitter Chat for the month of September and the topic we chose was to discuss ways of “Sustainable Event Planning”Starting off, the first question was everyone’s take on what they think of Green Events and how do they explain them.Let's have a look at some of the answers for the same.[embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052946168039317505[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/19_juhi/status/1052946759108845568[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052948699352059904[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/savinrsharma/status/1052949458072285184[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/19_juhi/status/1052949578201231360[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052951214843994117[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/19_juhi/status/1052951853401440256[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052953729870237698[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/19_juhi/status/1052957440570847233[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052956249720061952[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/19_juhi/status/1052957820134379520[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052958757959999489[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/medoane/status/1052959175968317440[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/medoane/status/1052960115626635264[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/Hubiloconnect/status/1052960623313571840[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/19_juhi/status/1052961135664611328[/embed][embed]https://twitter.com/AartiRadadiya/status/1052961776973668352[/embed]The Twitter Chat gave us amazing insights into what more can be done in events especially to make the initiative Green Events a success!We definitely look forward to engaging more people in our next Twitter chat. So, stay tuned for more updates.

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Author
Juhi Purswani

Juhi Purswani is a major in Information Technology. Currently a Content Developer in Hubilo, she is a passionate writer and loves to research and explore new and unique topics. Working in an event-tech company, she is getting accustomed to the technological revolutions that are taking place in the event management industry. Fond of Dan Brown books, she is an avid reader of fiction. In her relaxation moments, she pens down her thoughts in the form of poems and quotes. You can follow her on twitter on @19_juhi.

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