It’s not an easy task to carry off an event for 10,000 people, much less make almost every aspect of the meeting eco-friendly. But IBM and Meeting Consultants, an Atlanta-based corporate event planning company, pulled it off last year when they agreed early on to recycle, minimize waste and reuse as much of the meeting materials as they could.
By Richard Byford, Byway Entertainment
I remember reading in a Reader’s Digest way back in the 1970s that the downfall of the 1990s would be the “proliferation of choice” and that most of us would not be well equipped or sufficiently educated to make the right choices.
By Richard Byford
What are the incentives for people to go green? That is a good question and it was asked recently by a member of my audience when I was speaking recently at The Event Solutions Conference in Las Vegas.
Spring ’09’s hottest color? You guessed
As a premier designer in Dallas, Marion Marshall has created many a floral arrangement. Typically, her materials come from floral supply businesses and various retailers. Recently, however, she was charged with creating a tablescape for an event put on by Kappa Kappa Gamma Fort Worth, the local chapter of a sorority alumni association.
Four days before the nation swore in its