“Sweat, Tears and Bloody Knuckles: How our Sustainability Report is making us a better company” The idea was simple enough.  Rather than deliver the minimum effort to be compliant with

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In our offices, November means the fast approach of the much anticipated MCI International Business Meeting.  Part education summit, part celebration, the IBM has become the turntable to which the

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Working with various tourism authorities and cities around the world, we have come to see that there are some developing trends in positioning and marketing a sustainable meetings destination. This

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Released at the UNGC summit today is an excellent survey prepared by Accenture who questioned 766 CEOs and found out: · In spite of the recent economic downturn, an overwhelming

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At our recent MCI International Business meeting in Vienna, I had the honour of giving a plenary presentation to over 600 of our talent. In the video you can see

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At the recent MCI International Business meeting (IBM) in Vienna, over 600 MCI staff participated for three days in plenary sessions, workshops, training classes and of-course a few drinks. For

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It is an awesome feeling to be at COP15. The energy in the building is electrifying. It is like being at a large soccer game – with that internal buzz

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In continuation to last post, in Mexico i gave a second keynote at the National Tourism Congress about Creating and marketing sustainable destinations. In the attached presentation I talk about

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Participating at the World Business Summit on Climate Change in conversations with the CEOs of Pepsico, Unilever, WPP, etc I was stuck by how they clearly recognised the need of

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With the growing trend of sustainability, many destinations are now preparing themselves as «green meeting destinations». In 2008, we increasingly started to work with DMOs and CVBs who wanted to

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