*This event has been postponed, and new date will be announced later in the year*
Environmental sustainability is moving ever higher on the agenda for many organisations. Increasing regulations and climate-conscious consumers mean advertisers need to start addressing their carbon impact and looking for reductions across their operations.
As a production company, supplier, freelancer or agency working in advertising production, AdGreen is here to help you future-proof your business offering and become a leader in low carbon production.
This session will share the experience and knowledge gained by trailblazers in the industry, who have adapted and innovated in order to embed sustainable practices into their process. You’ll hear why they decided to make this change, how it was achieved, and what it meant for their business.
You will learn why measuring your carbon emissions is crucial when looking to instigate lasting change to your production processes and organisation, and why AdGreen believes that your carbon budget should be as important as your financial one.
This is a great opportunity for production companies, suppliers, freelancers and agencies to come together. We will discuss carbon measurement, swap tips, and share knowledge on how best to approach projects, gather data and use the carbon calculator.
- Ella Gancarz, Executive Producer at Spindle
- Darren Khan, Chief Commercial Officer (Clickon Group EMEA) & Founder of Travlrr
- Alice Timms, freelance fashion, interior & props stylist, designer & art director and founder of The Styling Bank
- Bryony Harrison-Miller, Communications & Sustainability at Get Set Hire
- Jake Hafer, Head of Production at Park Village
Additional panellists to be confirmed.
Following the panel discussion the audience are invited to join us for complimentary drinks, with an opportunity for networking.
AdGreen would like to thank The Mill for hosting this event and supplying drinks, and our event partners, Get Set Hire and Travlrr/ ClickOn, who make it possible to run these events.
Join us on Thursday 21 July, from 7:00pm - 9:00pm (doors open 6:30pm), at The Mill, 11-14 Windmill Street, London, W1T 2JG.