Small changes. Big differences.
The Power of One campaign energises retailers and consumers to take small steps to change the world. Using our influence to effect change in the industry, Spring Fair and Hyve Group UK has committed to three pledges for 2022. Conscious decisions are the future of retail. Power of One is here to shape that future, one decision at a time.
Post your badge back: At all entrances you will find recycling bin where you can recycle your badge and also vote for the pledge you would like to make for 2022 and beyond.
Stay hydrated on the go: Keep on the lookout for our Refillable Water Stations located around the show, so you can refill your water bottles on the go reducing the amount of plastic bought.
#PassItOn has the circular economy at its heart. By giving customers more power to reuse, repair and recycle their best-loved items, retailers can do more to protect the planet. #PassItOn gives products a second lease of life, reducing the impact on finite resources and encouraging customers to seek sustainable alternatives.
#DoYouNeedIt showcases the power that small steps have to make a huge change. With up to 94% of all paper receipts binned, the retail industry must do more to combat overproduction. #DoYouNeedIt encourages retailers to offer their customers options such as email receipts, reducing our reliance on paper and plastic.
Retail workers are the beating heart of our industry, which is why we’re #CheckingIn. Our pledge asks staff the questions that matter, from time off to a healthy work/life balance. As we recover from the pandemic, there has never been a more pertinent time to prioritise mental health in retail.
Power of one Brands/ Suppliers
Looking for a brand that is conscious of their environmental impact, employees wellbeing, biodegradable material or sustainable packaging? Look no further. The Spring Fair Sustainability Trail highlights brands and suppliers striving to do their part to ensure a more sustainable and ethical future for all. From sourcing materials and manufacturing to the final product and packaging, we recognise that brands and suppliers are shifting their focus, and we want to celebrate and highlight these brands.
Follow the green leaf icon at the show in your Little Black Book, Show Guide and You Are Here boards as well as on the exhibitor stands to identify these brands onsite.
Environment Icon: Act in the interests of protecting the natural world.
Ethical Icon: Demonstrate respect for its employees and uphold a system of moral principles.
Material Icon: Use sustainable and biodegradable materials as much as possible.
Packaging Icon: Use reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging which results in improved sustainability.
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We are working closely with our wellness partner Retail Trust to provide resource for retailers to help support their teams with mental health and wellbeing training. Follow this link to access FREE training sessions which helps to ensure that you and your colleagues have the tools to help create happier and healthier workplaces.
Event Guides are fully committed to seeking sustainable alternatives in all aspects of its operations. They source all paper for printed material from suppliers registered with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) to guarantee participation in the responsible management of the world’s forests.
The NEC focuses on three main pillars: Energy, Waste and Food Miles. Priding themselves on being a zero to land fill venue with an average recycle rate of 80%. Any non-recyclable waste is used to generate electricity for local homes and businesses through Birmingham City Council’s Waste to Energy scheme.
What will your pledge be?
Make your Power of One pledge for 2022 today