Sustainable Development Goals
We are a tightly knit team of motivated professionals and as such, we believe in creating a better world and setting ourselves ambitious objectives. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals were set up for just that reason and that’s why we align our work with the SDGs. We are passionate about creating as wide as possible a coalition of business events and association sector partners working towards the SDGs. Using the SDGs as a framework, we’ve enabled clients to incorporate and align themselves with the SDGs.
At #MEET4IMPACT, we practice what we preach. And that’s why we’re proud to say that we contribute to a number of the SDGs.
We are ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education to the event industry about generating, measuring and communicating social impact
We propose a sectorial innovative approach through a co-creating impact framework for the event industry
We act as a vehicle to connect associations and destinations, empowering them to become enablers of sustainable cities and communities in their ecosystems
We are creating a wide coalition of business events and association sector partners working towards the SDGs
Actively contributing to SDGs 4, 9, 11 and 17 doesn’t mean our work ends here. Our intention is to continually challenge and push our team - as well as our clients - to be a part of building a better world. Our work and methodology was grown using the UN SDGs as a global framework.
At #MEET4IMPACT we raise awareness and help destinations, associations and more to #ACT4SDGS.
We’ve helped clients build their capacity as a team on the SDGs, found ways to integrate them into their business objectives and ultimately have a more powerful impact journey!
Through our work we are :
Demonstrating the industry's current need to implement the SDGs
Helping associations and destinations understand what needs to be done to implement the SDGs in the organization of an event
Sharing the benefits of integrating the SDGs into a business and impact strategy
Providing guidance on how to assess the impact of those new objectives