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Alexandria, VA 22314

GMIC at MPI Smart Monday: The Business Value and Advantage of Sustainable Event Planning
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The Business Value and Advantage of Sustainable Event Planning, brought to you by the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC), provides a step-by-step guidance plan on how to build a sustainability action plan to maximize return on investment (ROI) and return on meeting objectives (ROMO).

10/13/2014
When: 10/13/2014
1:30 PM
Where: Titian 2301A, Level 2
The Venetian® l The Palazzo® Congress Center
Las Vegas, NV  89169
United States
Presenter: Paul Salinger

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Deep Dive. The Business Value and Advantage of Sustainable Event Planning

Date:
Monday, October 13
Time:
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Speaker(s):
Track:
Sustainability
Learning Outcomes:
  • Write two sustainable event goals and three measurable objectives related to key event issues, as the first building block of a sustainability action plan. 
  • Learn how to prepare RFPs and communication and accountability policies that reinforce your sustainability action plan with reference to defined goals and objectives.
  • Define key performance indicators for what you can measure and report within the execution of your events and how stakeholders contribute.
CMP/CEU:
CMP-IS Domain A: Strategic Planning, Clock hours: 3.0
 
ISES Approved Session
The Business Value and Advantage of Sustainable Event Planning, brought to you by the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC), provides a step-by-step guidance plan on how to build a sustainability action plan to maximize return on investment (ROI) and return on meeting objectives (ROMO). Two well-versed corporate event organizers and sustainable event practitioners will walk participants through best-practice strategies for writing an action plan, drafting policy, integrating key elements into RFP templates, taking the strategy to execution and building a communication plan. Participants will use roles and responsibilities guidance documents to effectively engage key internal and external stakeholders and build internal checklists. This session integrates case study modeling, group activity and onsite materials to support learning outcomes. Attendees will receive GMIC-approved worksheets, templates and reference guides by participating in both parts of this Deep Dive Session.

 

Want more information? Contact GMIC's Member Services and Communications Manager, Kelly Schwartz, CMP.