Hewlett Packard joins speaker line-up for Sustainable Events Summit

Hewlett Packard's head of events will join representatives from Nestle and Innocent at the 2014 Sustainable Events Summit.

Hewlett Packard joins speaker line-up for Sustainable Events Summit
Hewlett Packard joins speaker line-up for Sustainable Events Summit

Hewlett Packard's head of events, Jane Culcheth-Beard, has been added to the list of speakers at the Sustainable Events Summit, which takes place on 18 February at 30 Euston Square, London.

The speaker line-up already includes Inder Poonaji, Nestle's head of safety, health and environment, Innocent's head of creative Dan Germain and Cisco's head of sustainability EMEA Neil Harris.

The central theme of discussion will focus on what event planners are doing to ensure their live events are sustainable.

The Sustainable Events Summit was created through a partnership between agencies Smyle and Positive Impact, with support from a variety of other businesses including Logistik and George P. Johnson.

Fiona Pelham, managing director at Positive Impact, said: "Summit attendees will have the chance to share their opinions and influence the voice of Positive Impact in 2014."

Use the hashtag #ses2014 on Twitter to find out more in the lead up to the event.

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