In a nutshell, Geiger Green Live is the first event of its kind in the UK-
providing invited guests with a unique opportunity to see an exclusive range of promotional merchandise, recognised for its eco and sustainability credentials.
From apparel to drinkware, tech items to stationery, we have invited our supply chain to attend and showcase the best of what they have to offer. ONLY eco themed items are permitted to be showcased and as part of our new sustainability pledge we are urging all exhibitors and attendees to be as proactive as they can in taking steps (quite literally) to travel and attend the event with minimal impact on the environment.
Tuesday 17th May 2022
Here’s an overview of what's planned on the day!
Product showcases throughout the day
Tea / Coffee & Pastries
Global Business Development Manager, TerraCycle
Eliminating the Idea of Waste® by recycling the "non-recyclable"
Head of Responsible Sourcing,
Responsible and ethical business practice in global supply chains.
(Vegan options available)
Geiger’s sustainability strategy and the importance of collaboration
Here’s an interview with our Procurement Director Steve Wickham explaining the event:
During the event there will be opportunities to speak with the experts, test the products and learn more about our sustainability initiatives, designed to help brands use promotional merchandise more responsibly and benefit from using eco alternatives.
Refreshments will be available throughout the day and all attendees will receive a goody bag / sample pack of eco incentives to try at home.
Lillian Wing is a Global Business Development Manager at TerraCycle. A global leader in sustainability with the mission to eliminate the idea of waste, TerraCycle has spearheaded unique solutions to solve our waste in over 20 countries in the last two decades. Through TerraCycle, Lillian has built recycling partnerships with manufacturers and consumers to create circular solutions for waste streams such as soap pumps, toys, pet food packaging, and flexible food packaging that otherwise have no path to be recycled. TerraCycle also developed and operates the largest supply chain for ocean and river plastic in the world, partnering with companies like Procter & Gamble and Unilever to integrate this material into their product packages.
Tristan Edmondson is Head of Responsible Sourcing at Sedex where he leads on developing the methodology that sits behind the company’s tools and products. Previously he has worked in-house and as a consultant developing social and environmental supply chain programmes for a range of industries.