2016- The end for CSR as we know it?

2016- The end for CSR as we know it?

The traditional model of CSR activities for corporations at events has been transforming over the years. Gone are the days when it was good enough for businesses to send their teams out planting trees or doing a one-off activity like painting an orphanage. Today’s participant has likely been there, done that and has a more […]

Re-building dreams in Nepal

Re-building dreams in Nepal

Namaste A team of seven MCI Dreambuilders from our offices in Singapore, Dublin, Melbourne, Amsterdam and HQ were in Nepal this month as part of our long term efforts to improve education within struggling communities. Thanks to the generous donations of the clients, friends and family of MCI, we have currently raised over €13,000. The […]

A Beginners Guide to Sustainable Events

A Beginners Guide to Sustainable Events

Earlier this week MCI’s very own experts on sustainable events, Guy Bigwood and Roger Simons, were invited to speak about Sustainability and it’s role as a driver of innovation in the events world during the Malaysia Business Events Week (MBEW) 2015 – an annual gathering of Malaysia’s business events industry and its stakeholders to learn, debate, explore business opportunities,  and innovate. My own opinion (though slightly […]

Events as a bridge to better brands- The Evidence

Events as a bridge to better brands- The Evidence

We have been asked on more than one occasion (can you imagine!), does running a sustainable event have any real benefits? Well to put it bluntly, yes. Not only can incorporating sustainability into an event’s operation and planning promote environmental innovation and social benefits (by providing jobs, creating better working conditions and promoting creative solutions […]

India’s CSR Mandate; a Big Step or False Start?

India’s CSR Mandate; a Big Step or False Start?

2015 is slated to be a big year for sustainability, with economic, social and environmental issues gaining increasing prominence on the global political stage. But what role does India – an emerging economy experiencing rapid growth as well as a vast array of social and environmental challenges – play in this development? Sustainability is under […]

To Bee, Or Not To Be

To Bee, Or Not To Be

You may not think it, but the future of the human race depends almost as much on bees for their pollination as it does on our forests for its oxygen. After all, one in every three bites of food consumed worldwide comes from plants which depend on these little pollinators for a successful harvest. To […]

#CSRshareDay; Tweet up on Sustainable Destinations

#CSRshareDay; Tweet up on Sustainable Destinations

Calling all event sustainability champions, novices and gurus… We  would like to invite you to share your wisdom, ideas, challenges, best practices, case studies, questions, answers and more this Thursday 22nd live on Twitter at#CSRshareDay. Kicking off in New Zealand and finishing in California – a global day of sustainable event discussion will be moderated […]

Top 10 Sustainable Event Trends for 2020

Top 10 Sustainable Event Trends for 2020

It’s the start of the year, and as seems to be in fashion, it’s time for us to share some thoughts about what’s coming up in the sustainable events world in the next few years. As such the following ten key sustainability trends are what we are predicting to happen in the event industry by 2020. […]

Engineers Australia Convention 2014 a Huge Success!

Engineers Australia Convention 2014 a Huge Success!

“Engineering is a man’s field” Well, not anymore! The common “nerd” stereotype that has been on-going since the dawn of time will soon face its annihilation all thanks to Engineers Australia Convention 2014. Now, comes the new age and evolution of the engineering industry filled with potential treasure-trove of minds from diverse range of genders, […]

Is Ebola your biggest Sustainability Risk?

Is Ebola your biggest Sustainability Risk?

Having immediately stepped off a plane this morning into a new screening system in Singapore I can confirm that the Ebola panic is well underway. As of the 14th October the virus has so far killed over 4,000 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Read the latest from the World Health Organisation here. The […]

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