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What we can do for you depends entirely upon what you need to achieve. After we explore your objectives and help you choose a way to meet them, we’ll integrate our team with yours to get the job done. Above all, we are perfectionists and problem-solvers. Sure, we’re in the production business, but we’re also in the business of crisis management. What does that mean, exactly? It means we thrive on putting out fires, tackling new processes, bringing creative solutions to the table, and taking on last-minute projects.
Our hands-on approach takes the worry out of your project so you can focus on other things.
Read more about how we help our client’s manage their communication crisies:
Case Study: Making Sure the Board Doesn't Get Bored
For several years, Steven Wargo’s event company, Swargo Events, has helped a 30-member educational board plan and execute its quarterly corporate board meetings. Since much of the board’s actual work is done through subcommittees, the meetings are primarily focused on team building and vision alignment – both very difficult things to achieve in a virtual event.
Case Study: Setting the Stage
New York City Center is one of New York’s most historic performing arts centers. Each year, it presents an eclectic range of programs including music, dance, plays and theatrical revivals. Every year City Center’s supporters gather for an extraordinary evening, starting with an exclusive performance at the venue, with more generous benefactors moving on to an elegant celebration with cocktails and dinner. “When we first started planning for a virtual version of our biggest annual fundraising event, we didn’t know what route we wanted to take,” says Kristan Bertschmann, City Center’s Executive Assistant to the President & CEO/Special Events Coordinator.