At Cascade Productions we have high standards of corporate responsibility and we always strive to ensure that:

  • we satisfy the objectives and budget considerations of our clients

  • we are considerate of the safety and hours of work of all employees and freelance personnel

  • we assess risks thoroughly on every project

  • we never ask employees or freelance crew to share bedrooms

  • we always provide good quality and regular meals for crew

  • we are loyal to individuals and suppliers who do a good job for us

  • we are open and honest in our pricing policy and add value wherever we can

  • we pay all our suppliers promptly and we give priority to individuals

  • we abide by all copyright and trademark laws as a standard

  • we meet all national regulations and laws

  • we actively strive to limit the environmental impact of our events

  • we source locally wherever we can

  • we seek to minimise the environmental impact of delegate travel

  • we use web based tools and teleconferencing to reduce travel

  • we enthusiastically support nominated charities financially and with our expertise

  • we encourage laughter wherever we work

Accreditation

We are active members of a these key industry associations:

- HBAA, the Hotel Booking Agents Association
- EVCOM, the event communications association, a merger of Eventia and the IVCA

Alan Wight, representing Cascade, is also an accredited member of:
- ABPCO, the Association of British Professional Conference Organisers
- IoIC, the Institute of Internal Communications

We are a core partner and members of the Meeting Support Institute which seeks to improve the effectiveness of the meetings industry as a whole by focussing on content and return on investment of events.

We are registered as a non-ticketing agent of IATA, the International Air Transport Association.

We are early adopters of the SAVE scheme to improve the sustainability of the whole event sector - Sustainability Action for Venues and Events.

In 2018 we committed to remove single use plastic from all of our events by 2020.