Get destination and events sustainability speakers, on demand.
Let GDS-Movement bring sustainability and regeneration to your
audiences and event attendees. 

Is your DMO or event showcasing sustainability (sufficiently) or ready to talk regeneration?  

We love to talk, teach, and play. Let us support your destination and events to invest more deeply in positive discourses around people, place, and planet. This can be a keynote, a workshop, a webinar, or a conference.  

  • Tourism and events industry trends
  • Storytelling and Communication
  • Regenerative and Sustainable Events
  • Creating events that deliver positive impacts and legacy
  • Regenerative and Sustainable Destination Management
  • Bespoke/tailored keynote speaking and sessions for DMOs

Find events that our team and partners will be hosting or attending. 

Experts for Every Event


    Jennifer Jensen

    Topic: GDS-Index, Regenerative Destination

    Jennifer has over two decades of experience in tourism and destination marketing. For eight years, she served as Marketing Liverpool’s Head of Convention Bureau, thrice earning an M&IT Silver Award for Best UK Convention Bureau.


    Guy Bigwood, FIEMA

    Topic: Impactful keynotes, Regenerative Destination

    Guy is a recognised expert on creating regenerative destinations and events. He is the founder of the GDS-Index and Chief Changemaker of the Global Destinations Sustainability Movement; a transformation platform that inspires, educates, and empowers destinations to become more regenerative, flourishing, and resilient places to visit, meet, and live in.


    Inge Krogh Larsen

    Topic: Events, GDS-Index, Impactful keynotes, Regenerative Destination, Sustainability Certifications

    With over 25 years of expertise in the travel and tourism sector, Inge, Relationship Manager at GDS-Movement, is dedicated to catalysing positive transformations. Drawing from her extensive background in business and leisure tourism, she has become a staunch advocate for sustainability.


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