Being Green While Knowing Your Limits

Tuesday August 24, 2010

The name of the game in event planning is green; however, that might not be the best way to conserve your budget. A lot of event planners are worried about making the green move, seeing that in the short run they will potentially be spending a lot of money. On the other hand, it’s important to think about the long run and how you will not only be upholding your company’s social responsibility, but helping the environment as well. Positive recognition is something every organization wants to hear and that’s not just for services. What a lot of people want to see nowadays is an organization that not only takes care of the services they promise to their customers, but how an organization takes advantage of its position as a leader in the community to help anyway they can. Remember being green doesn’t mean you jeopardize your business financially, but what it can mean is that you’re doing your part and recognizing your limits. So whether you can add a composting services or keep the thermostat of your facility to an eco-friendly level, you’re doing your part, and all anyone can ask is that you do all you can! Plan green, event green, be green!


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