Industry Updates

March 2011


 Three «R» (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) has  become golden rules of Tsar Events routine.  Our team constantly is implementing environment friendly policy into all actions and events we are involve:

-          choosing green supplier (for example, Radisson and Park Inn hotel in Russia – the only hotel in Russia with «Green Key» certificate),

-          offering ecology saving programs (like using eco-friendly transportation: Bike-taxi, trams, trolleybus, electric-trains, horses; nature curing team-buildings activities; supporting and participating in local Russian green events)

-          participating in international exhibitions with minimum nature damage.

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Stay in newly opened W St. Petersburg Hotel for EUR 140 ONLY

W St. Petersburg  that will be opened 20th of April offers  SPECIAL OPENING rates for group from 15 persons – EUR 140 per SGL/SBL room (excluding VAT and Breakfast)  

 Make history at W St. Petersburg, a modern wonder romanced by Saint Petersburg's elegant traditions, where nostalgia meets cutting edge cool in Russia's historical capital of glamour, fashion, and music.  W St. Petersburg is located in the heart of the historical «Venice of the North» next to St. Isaac's Cathedral, near the lavish Winter Palace with the famed Hermitage Museum and a short stroll from the spectacular Neva River. Welcome to a World of  WOW from Russia, with Love.

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TSAR EVENTS' Green Stand at Confex in London

During CONFEX expo in London 01-03 March 2011 Tsar Events DMC & PCO used all environmentally friendly cardboard furniture that are light, compact foldable and easy to transport. All tables, chairs, shelves were made of corrugated cardboard. This is a material made of 70% recycled paper. Corrugated cardboard sheets of the Foldlife furniture are not specially treated in any way; essentially, it is plain paper. After using furniture during 3 days it was given to London Event company for using during event «Furniture of the future».  Pictures are available in our blog:

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