"I am producing "The 3 Jewish Tenors" in a new concert series under the leadership of "The Voices of A People" in December 2010. Outside of this project, I work with production companies on "Special Events and Meeting…"
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Executive Problem Solver, Special Events Planner, Film Production, Meeting Planning
Company's Major Products and Services
Meeting and Event Selection
Location and venue or hotel selection
Corporate rate negotiation where applicable
Networking with local hospitality representation per location
Food and beverage (BEO) menu creation, negotiation and execution
Housing / Registration for small group or city-wide events
Manage reservations at one to multiple hotels / venues
Follow up with individual reservations and travel arrangements (daily)
Execution of events from concept to completion
Operation logistics (from build to tear down)
Vendor scheduling, performance and follow up
Time management (organization)
Oversee budget line items to stay on track
Delegate and encourage teams working on projects
"VIP" (talent) transportation and on site contact
Business Concierge (Executive "problem solver")
Individual / "VIP" reservations (travel) across the US
Establish "familiarization trips" at various US cities for all client events
A rolodex of contacts, vendors and hotels/venues to be built in advance
Faster selection, rate negotiations and relationships already created
Vendor selection (bidding) across the US
Budget creation and/or execution
Film production coordination and daily logistics
Corporate networking, sponsorship and strategic partnerships for events
My Areas of Expertise
Hotel and Event Locations networking and negotiations; business concierge and high end travel coordination; film production logistics and operations; vendor selection and long term working relationships. Networking within business to business and business to consumer; marketing, sales and branding.
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