Carbon neutral virtual and hybrid events
Our sustainability vision:
Enabling low-carbon communication through virtual and hybrid events.
Our actions today will directly affect climate change and it is crucial we cut carbon emissions, protect natural habitats and carefully manage farmland, our oceans and forests.
Our commitment lies in providing the highest quality virtual and hybrid events solutions via services and software to assist organizations reduce their carbon footprint through delivering successful and sustainable communication strategies.
How does Procreation
minimise carbon emissions?
Our sustainability vision encompasses the following guiding principles:
Supporting green initiatives
In line with our sustainability vision, we support environmental conservation and green initiatives. Ocean conservation and reforestation are two of the big subjects closest to our heart. We actively support the amazing work being done by Ocean Climate and The Nature Conservancy.
One Customer, One Tree
Our reforestation initiate with our sister company, The Forest of Cloudpresenter is our pledge that for every new customer, a new tree is planted, enabling everyone in our community to contribute to a more sustainable and resilient planet.
Sustainable technology solutions
Our solutions and software platforms are hosted on cloud-based infrastructure powered by renewable energy sources using AWS data centres. AWS has a climate pledge to power all their operations with renewable energy by 2025.
Enabling remote collaboration
Driving awareness and education
Collaborating for a greener future
Innovation for positive change
“By providing organizations with eco-friendly virtual and hybrid events solutions, we enable them to significantly reduce carbon emissions while enriching global connections and promoting inclusivity. We aspire to be the catalyst for a transformative shift towards a low-carbon lifestyle. By embracing this vision together, we can pave the way towards a more sustainable and interconnected future for generations to come.”