Capital Region Family Business Center
Since the event’s inception, events! has worked closely with the Capital Region Family Business Center to produce the annual Generations Family Business Conference. The success of this multi-year conference for 350 attendees has been due to adherence of organizational goals, creation of a strong marketing plan and continued analysis of attendees’ experiences.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
events! has been the project manager for SMUD’s annual employee recognition for over 450 attendees each year at the Sheraton Sacramento since 2007. We have been contracted to coordinate monthly committee planning meetings, hotel negotiations, budget and finances, photography, décor, audio-visual, on-stage production, printed materials, entertainment, security and the Gala website and registration. We ensure that the organization protocol and requirements are included in the execution of the event.
Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness
We are beginning our fourth year of planning the People-Centered Engagement Mental Health 2.5 day conference for over 200 attendees in Pomona, CA. This conference is hosted by a partnership of counties, agencies, organizations, and institutions, all committed to expanding Southern California’s public mental health workforce. Each year we have been able to grow the conference, working with the SCRP conference committee to provide relevant and current sessions to support their primary goal to increase workforce development.
California Electronic Transportation Coalition
events! will begin the fourth year of planning for public policy maker meetings taking place at the LA Auto Show. We worked with all SCE, LADWP and other energy companies to provide support for the conference. We also created and launched the Prove It! campaign to envision the future of mobility and efforts going forward to gain greater EV penetration in all communities, particularly those most impacted by air pollution or economic disparity.
“ The events! staff impressed us all with their utmost professionalism and efficiency before during and after the event…their involvement was invaluable.” Cathy Rodriguez, The Sacramento Bee