Featured in “BizBash Chicago”

Also, on page 18 of the Spring 2011 issue of “BizBash Chicago,” there’s mention of another event we helped coordinate. And it was our first Flash Mob! In conjunction with Gary Vlk and “One Smooth Stone,” we helped a group of corporate financial planners go out of their comfort zone to take a very cold • Read More »

Featured in “BizBash Chicago”

The latest issue of “BizBash Chicago” came out today… and one of our corporate events is mentioned inside. It’s always fun to see one of our designed events in print. It was a large corporate event we did in collaboration with “In The Loop.” Photo by Kardas Photography.

Our First Flash Mob!!!

With temperatures dipping dangerously low, the spirits of 200 corporate financial planners were “on fire” for their first team-building Flash Mob. After learning the routine, and practicing that morning, the employees loaded onto buses to “secretly” descend upon Millennium Park. In the freezing cold, they all “shook their groove things” and took the ice skating • Read More »

It’s A Family Affair

With a family-friendly event, it’s always important to keep everyone entertained. And filling the expansive Ballroom at McCormick Hyatt is no easy task. But with a lot of collaborative creative work, the event came together as a mix of colorful fun, family activities and whimsical wonder. Get the corporate message across, in a fun way! • Read More »

Going Green… at Soldier Field

The “Emerald Gala” is an annual event to celebrate the “green” building efforts throughout the Chicagoland area. With such an emphasis, it is imperative that the decor elements hold to the same “green” initiative. Simple. Clean. Green. With fresh plants throughout, the “greeness” was quick to pervade the United Club at Soldier Field. From a special “green • Read More »

Harkening Back to the World’s Fair

With wonderful exhibits, relics, antiquities and thematic vignettes, Chicago’s Museum of Science & Industry was the perfect location to host a “World’s Fair” theme event. With dramatic draping in the rotunda, and striking lighting throughout, the museum was transformed back to the days of carnival barkers & fan dancers!