Shaping the Future of Festival Vision: 2025 at The Festival Supplier Awards

Powerful Thinking and Julie’s Bicycle will hold the first Festival Vision:2025 meeting at The Festival Supplier Awards on 26th January 2017 at The Hurlingham Club, London.

The meeting will bring together 30 plus Vision Festivals, events that have pledged to work together for a more sustainable festival industry, to shape the future of the 10-year Festival Vision: 2025, and take part in professional skills workshops for their onward journey to more sustainable events.

The day will include workshops on reducing fuel use and energy costs, waste management, sustainable travel, and accurate measuring and recording of impact data by Julie's Bicycle, ZAP Concepts, and the sustainability teams from Shambala Festival, Festival Republic and Cambridge Folk Festival.

Event Details

  • Date 26th January 2017
    2:00pm — 5:30pm
  • Location Ranelagh Gardens, London SW6 3PR
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Guest speakers will include Richard Gillies, former Sustainability Director for The Kingfisher Group and Marks & Spencer, and CEO of Festival On The Wall, who brings insight into influencing the supply chain change in a client facing business.

There will also be space to network and share experiences as well as explore opportunities for collaboration and influencing the supply chain through collective purchasing.  

The event is free for Vision: 2025 Festivals who will also receive a free place to The Festival Supplier Awards (normally £280), which are generously hosting the event, including drinks reception, evening dinner and awards ceremony — where Powerful Thinking Steering group member Victoria Chapman, Sustainability Coordinator for Festival Republic, will present the Green Supplier Award on behalf of Powerful Thinking. 

There are still a few places available for the event. All UK Music Festivals are welcome to reserve a ticket providing they have taken the Festival Vision: 2025 pledge to aim for a more sustainable event. 

For more details contact bethan@powerful-thinking.org.uk.

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