Special Events magazine presents the 2015 list of young special events professionals to watch--talented event pros under age 40. Want to see the future of special events? You will find it right here …
Elias Events turns a warehouse into an amazing 50th birthday party thanks to stunning decor, one-of-a-kind entertainment, and a sly sense of humor. The event is a 2015 Gala Award nominee for its achievement in décor.
It's our annual look at the biggest companies in the know about the best seats and eats in every place worth visiting--destination management companies.
KBY Designs sets up 360-degree screens that make the bat mitzvah girl the star of her own stunning event.
The 'Arctic Blast' theme of the 38th annual Zoo Ball at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo brings in a cool $1.1 million.
Where to Start Wedding Management combines the best of a rustic setting with professional polish for this California vineyard wedding.
MGM Resorts Events Productions treats 58 lucky guests to a masterpiece meal in Washington at the National Portrait Gallery.
Did you know that engagement rates on Instagram are 15 times higher than Facebook and 20 higher than Twitter? As social media usage continues to grow during meetings and events, we wanted to share the top 15 hotel properties with an Insta-worthy meetings space.
Wilkinson Rhodes, the Gala Award-winning mother-daughter event team, creates a beautiful wedding at the bride's family vacation home in Puerto Vallarta, mixing the bride's love of California chic with rich Mexican culture.
With only a shoestring budget, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's in-house event team netted $757,000—nearly 50 percent above goal—by deft management of funds and event space. The 550 dinner guests dined in six different rooms in Heinz Hall, each themed to a classic fairy tale. The Special Events Advisory Board loved this happy ending, honoring the event with a 2015 Gala Award.
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