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Why should you #BeeSustain?

You have the power to make the world a better place by implementing sustainability in to events and Copenhagen, the Capital of Sustainable Meetings, invites you to #BeeSustain.

Here we share best sustainable practices from our extensive green meeting portfolio. Incorporating sustainability in your event planning pushes innovation and creativity, cuts costs and improves your ROI – while protecting planet earth at the same time!

 

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Wonderful Copenhagen supports CSR project ByBi

How to do green meetings in Copenhagen

It’s easy to do a green meeting in Copenhagen, but let us guide you through your search for green suppliers.

“After the session, sustainability seems to be easy”

There is a lot of buzz about sustainability in the meetings industry, but very few practice what they preach. At MPI’s EMEC 2016, Wonderful Copenhagen CVB challenged this notion with the highly interactive #BeeSustain Challenge session. And 1.5 hours later, all participants were ready to #BeeSustain.

Sustainability saved Danish Maritime Forum 2015 €26,000

Key leaders gathered in Copenhagen last year for the second Danish Maritime Forum (DMF). Implemented tactics in the areas of sustainable food and beverage offer, responsible supply chain engagement, greenhouse gas emissions mitigation and waste reduction resulted in €26,000 of tracked savings for the event.

International brands to empower a better world in Copenhagen

The Danish capital announced host city for Sustainable Brands®’ Northern European conference in 2016.

Sustainable development serves sustainable business interests

Sustainable Development and Sustainable Business: Two Sides of the Same Coin

How sustainability helps cut costs

A survey of MCI's largest 50 clients revealed that 100% wanted to implement more sustainable elements, but were stopped by either a lack of knowledge, a failure of the suppliers to communicate their sustainability offering, or the perception/reality of the sustainable option being more expensive. But it is both responsible and economically viable to implement more sustainable conferences.