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"What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
–Dr Jane Goodall

Très is a ‘Green’ event. We don’t claim to tick every box of sustainability there is. We believe that this is an on-going learning process and we do our best to better our actions to make a more positive impact as we move along.

Our Positive Impact Initiatives

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A Green and Minimum Waste Event

All material used are either recyclable or biodegradable to ensure minimum waste.

Drinking water is served in glass bottles. 

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Mandatory Implementation

Très green document and the ‘do’s and don’t’s’ are respectfully and stringently followed by our hotel partners, exhibitor hotels and guests during the course of the event

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Sustainable Event Design

Production fittings and collaterals are made from recycled or clean-waste materials. 

No single-use plastic permitted; we avoid all single-use resources as far as possible.

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Hyper Local Produce

Beverages and food served are sourced from local produce as far as possible

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Mandatory Sustainability Requirments

Care for the environment and community are key philosophies across all our exhibitor hotels

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Sustainable Credentials

Très curates knowledge-driven workshops & talks by travel experts on creativity, innovation, trends, and sustainability in travel

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Digital Only

With the exception of keepsake notebooks for meetings, session notes and table-posters introducing our hotel partners, we maintain a digital only policy

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Local Art & Craft

The event promotes and encourages stories of local arts and crafts

Our Associations & Partnerships

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Responsible Tourism Society of India

The Ecotourism Society of India, renamed as Responsible Tourism Society of India (RTSOI) is the umbrella body for all stakeholders in Indian Tourism. Apart from the Natural Environment, it focuses on sustainability practices among urban and rural service providers, and impact on local communities.


Très is an active member of this society.

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WILDLIFE SOS : Rescuing & rehabilitating wildlife in India

Wildlife SOS is a conservation non-profit in India established with the primary objective of rescuing and rehabilitating wildlife in distress, preserving India’s natural heritage and sustaining livelihoods for communities that depend upon wildlife for sustenance.

 

The organisation has an wonderful volunteer program operational at their centres:
Agra Bear Rescue Facility, Agra Elephant Conservation and Care Cente Mathura & Bannerghatta Bear Rescue Center, Bangalore
Wildlife SOS has been the main speaker at Très on 'Refuse to Ride' and a centre for signing their petition.

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RESPONSIBLE TOURISM SOCIETY of INDIA
by KERALA TOURISM

The Mission by the Kerala Tourism is envisaged with a 'triple-bottom-line' which comprises economic, social and environmental responsibilities. Making tourism a tool for the development of village and local communities, eradicating poverty and giving emphasis to women empowerment are the main aims of the Responsible Tourism Mission.

There currently are over 15 village experiences across Kerala available for travellers. Kerala Tourism's Responsible Tourism initiative has been a part of Très to inform operators of how travellers can engage and include the RT villages into their itinerary and programs

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RAAVISTA : Handmade by underprivileged women in India

Handcrafted by underprivileged women in India. In keeping with the Très 2020 theme: Power of Women, we collaborated with Raavista to create the beautiful handmade Très 2020 bags using pure cotton material.­­ Made by local, underprivileged women from Haryana, every purchase made at Raavista goes into empowering these women towards gaining financial independence.

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SHLOKA : Every Purchase Empowers a Woman

The name tags for the show are created by Shloka, a tailoring boutique run single-handedly by Sadhana Rao. While the frames of the name tags are made using waste material from tailoring clothes, the lanyards are created from the left-over material of the Très 2020 stand reinforcement. Sadhana Rao is also the first woman Freemason in India and leads numerous charity projects in the country.

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MUKESH : Neighbourhood Carpenter

To minimize waste, we’ve created reusable wooden stands for all our communication, reinforced with pure jute sourced locally. Further, we’ve used ‘green’ paper to print all communication we have at the event. Our stands have been painstakingly created by local artists in Gurugram.

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Andaz Delhi : Venue with Sustainability Credentials

A conscious choice of venue driven from Andaz’s focus on small details that power their goals to promote ideas in a large hotel context for sustainable business practices. Adding to this is their visionary approach in taking an airport hotel towards aligning with the unusual and lesser known highlights of Delhi and a fresh and trending approach to hospitality. Much of this is what we choose to look at when we invite a hotel to display at Très 2019.

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Our Partners  & Associations

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