Having been at the forefront of the event planning industry for over three decades, we have experience in producing events in any venue - from hotel conference rooms to major sporting arenas - and around the world, on 5 different continents!
We take a personalized and creative approach to planning our clients' events, ensuring that their goals and objectives are met - and exceeded.
A comprehensive list of operating centers is created for each client with staffing fit to manage every detail of the production. We coordinate all event logistics, from venue selection to program content and invitations, to catering, audio/visual requirements, staging, entertainment, give-aways, and press outreach.
Some of our Recent events include...
Massachusetts fallen heroes youth salute
Youth from around the Commonwealth came together at the World Trade Center Concourse to remember and pay tribute to the brave servicemen and women that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. The event was conducted in partnership with the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial Fund. Find out more here.
louis d. brown peace institute mother's day walk for peace
The 20th Annual Mother's Day Walk for Peace is a fundraising walk to support the programs and services of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, a center for healing for families dealing with murder, trauma, grief and loss. The Walk begins in Dorchester and Roxbury and continues all the way to the Boston City Hall. Find out more here.
Massachusetts workforce summit
We produced the 6th annual Massachusetts Jobs and Workforce Summit at Devens, Massachusetts. Over 250 people attended the summit to learn and share best practices regarding Massachusetts workforce development and job creation in the Commonwealth. Among the many distinguished keynote speakers and panelists were: Senate President Stan Rosenberg; University of Massachusetts President Martin Meehan; Massachusetts Attorney General, Maura Healey; and three Massachusetts Administration Cabinet Secretary’s: James Peyser, Secretary of Education; Jay Ash, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development; and Ronald Walker II, Secretary of Labor and Workforce. Find out more here.