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As Singapore recovers from the impact of Covid-19, the focus will be on building back better. And that means taking a more sustainable approach to all areas of business including meetings and events.

In line with the Singapore Green Plan 2030 to be a Global Sustainable Destination, there has never been a more important time for the MICE and Events industry to prepare itself for a more sustainable future ahead.

Hear from Guy Bigwood, Chief Changemaker of Global Destination Sustainability Movement as he shares the business case for sustainability, implications to your business and overcoming challenges.

While tourism and events drive economic growth and support cultural interchange, the negative social and environmental impacts can no longer be ignored. We need a more regenerative operating model.

Travellers are increasingly demanding sustainable travel options, and consumers are more mindful about sustainability issues. Tourism businesses can ride on this opportunity by creating more sustainable experiences and move towards more sustainable operations.

In line with the theme of the workshop, you are encouraged to practice the following:

  • Exchange virtual name cards.
  • Responsibly dispose waste materials by recycling at the hotel.
  • Take public transport to the venue. (Refer to venue for more details).


  • Guy Bigwood (Chief at Changemaker of Global Destination Sustainability Movement)

    Guy Bigwood

    Chief at Changemaker of Global Destination Sustainability Movement

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