SINGAPORE, Asia — Conscious festival Green is the New Black is returning to Singapore for the fourth time, to encourage people to improve the way they think, live and consume.
Taking place on Sunday 1st October at the PARKROYAL on Pickering hotel; the pioneering event, set to attract over 2000 attendees, aims to bring social and environmental responsibility together through a 360-immersive experience.
With a mission to empower the community, by providing a platform with the tools and inspiration individuals need to be a catalyst for change, Founder Stephanie Dickson hopes to show that sustainability can be accessible.
“We are really focusing on #LittleGreenSteps that all of us can take each day so that we can #LiveMoreConsciously. We want people to leave with tangible actions they can do on a daily basis,” she explained in an official statement.
The festival will bring together an exciting curation of the best mindful brands, speakers and change makers, both locally and internationally. And will cover categories including fashion, art, beauty and food, through interactive activities, talks, exhibitions and more.
Speakers will include Hay House author Dr Ali Walker, award-winning Filmmaker and director of A Plastic Ocean, Craig Leeson, and Naturopathic Medicine doctor Andrea Paige.
In addition to highlighting the growing consumer interest in conscious businesses, the festival will teach companies how they can benefit from creating their own ‘green’ policies.
Discover more about Green is the New Black at: www.greenisthenewblack.asia