Myth-busting: The vegan myth – a reality check on the sustainability of vegan vs. meat options in event catering
Every bite we take leaves an imprint on our environment, from farming to production, food transport and waste management. Each part has a sustainability impact. In the eyes of many people only just starting their sustainability journey, when it comes
Does the tsunami of new, event tech leave you feeling lost? Should you inject the new tech into your events? Or play it safe and stick with what you know? Well, at Shelton Fleming, we’re forever advocates of cool tech and
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an integral part of our lives. From voice assistants to recommendation systems, AI has impacted various aspects of our daily routines. As AI continues to evolve and become more sophisticated, it's worth exploring what conversations with
CES23 (Consumer Electronics Show) is arguably the world’s most influential trade show. For event and marketing professionals it’s a chance to see what tech is generating hype and why; but also, to see how the big brands are presenting their
Event industry practices can have a significant environmental impact due to factors such as transport, energy use, and waste. Due to the temporary nature of sometimes large-scale events, its contribution is speeding up damage to the environment.
‘The before times & the gateway to the virtual world’ Before COVID-19, VR was more of an abstract idea. Whilst it had a home in gaming and simulation, in the mainstream it sounded cool but had few practical applications. Then entered ‘social distancing’,
We love technology and events, fortunately these two topics go hand in hand. The events industry is one of the fastest modernising industries, capitalising on tech to help engage audiences in new and exciting ways. From finance to aerospace, consumer