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HCCE venues need to keep pace with the changing needs of the delegates and that means renewal rather than build new.Having already seen a number venues from Hannover to Valletta invest in the fabric and technology of their centres, Congress Graz in Austria has begun a new project due for completion by September.
Follow the journey as they prepare a historic room for the 21st centuary...
Green is the new black for the events industry and none more so than at Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal where they have been recognised for their environmental and economic savings - 94.3 tons CO2 and €28,100 per year.
The 10th round of ÖKOPROFIT for the three cities in the Bergisches Land (Bergisches Städtedreieck) reached its conclusion with a festive award ceremony in the Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal on 22 June. A total of 11 companies from Wuppertal, Solingen and Remscheid won awards for their outstanding contribution to environmental protection. Numerous political VIPs were among the 70 invited guests.
HCCE perhaps has one of the most sustainable sources of MICE venues in Europe with all our centres being at least 100 years old and still in use today. In addition, all our centres are committed to the delivery of green events. With this in mind, Dominique Escande and Florence Koch of our Luxembourg neimënster venue discuss this issue and its impact on their venue.
In 2009, HCCE member Kongress Palais Kassel was honoured as the first German meeting and event centre with the Seal of Sustainability Green Globe. To achieve this the Kongress Palais took a pioneering role and continued the implementation of a forward-looking and sustainable approach that contributes to the conservation of resources.
On May 20, the Congress Palais was awarded again the internationally recognized certificate.
To see the full press release, please click here (German Only)