November is Sustainability Month

November 5, 2018

Danalynne Wheeler Menegus

Danalynne Wheeler Menegus is the managing editor of Corporate Event News. She is also a freelance writer, editor, and marketing consultant with 25 years of experience in B2B marketing. Danalynne has held senior event marketing, corporate marketing, and product marketing roles at corporations including Dell, Sybase, and IONA Technologies.

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At Corporate Event News, we strive to bring you the latest news, information and tips to help you do your jobs better.  One common focus in the meetings and events industry is sustainability. Whether it’s through reducing food waste, recycling, sourcing locally or being more mindful about content or production practices, we believe that sustainability is key to the long-term success of events.

This month, we’ll be bringing you more content than ever before on sustainability. While not every story will have a sustainability slant, it will be a common theme throughout November. Our goal is to raise awareness around the importance of sustainability, and show you some ways you can make incremental changes that will impact your business and the industry at large.

Our team consistently works with  with experts in the field to provide you with the latest statistics, informative interviews and best practices. Stay tuned for more themed months as we move forward.

Is there any information around sustainability or any other topic you’d be particularly interested in seeing? You can email me directly at

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