Planning events require high level creativity not only with coordination but as well as with collaboration. A skilled event producer is also a skilled networker. Someone who knows how to utilize their “rolodex” when needed. Another important aspect of event production is marketing. Marketing includes a plethora of practices and principles that can help achieveContinue reading “THE DETAILS OF EVENT PRODUCTION”

10 Mistakes Vendors Make

When producing and organizing an event with vendors, I often see the same mistakes vendors make that prevents them from making the most of any event they participate in. The vendors that are happy with their results are the ones who have managed to avoid most, if not all of the listed mistakes below. TheContinue reading “10 Mistakes Vendors Make”


The 2014 Survivor’s Fashion Show was officially a success and the number one relief is the fact that we actually raised money on our very first Survivor’s Fashion Show. We promised to deliver an inspiring show and we are so happy that it was accomplished. Something special happens when you learn about another person’s struggle andContinue reading “CANCER SURVIVORS AND CAREGIVERS ON THE RUNWAY”

The Biggest Event in my Career So far: The Survivor’s Fashion Show

I’ve done plenty of big events but this, Survivor’s Fashion Show, is one that I hold close to my heart! Not only because my father passed away with Lung Cancer and I felt the need to do something annually to honor him and help build a community of survivors or anyone affected by cancer butContinue reading “The Biggest Event in my Career So far: The Survivor’s Fashion Show”


When producing and coordinating events, often times, people give up after the first fail. It’s common in the event industry to have  challenges on the first try but with consistency and tenacity, your event will grow. The Plush Show 2014 is a great example of this. They started small and naturally grew larger. I hadContinue reading “THE BEST BABY PRODUCTS EXPO – Plush Show is back!”

The South Bay Women’s Conference was a success!

Held on May 9, 2014, the South Bay Women’s Conference was a sold out event, benefiting scholarships for women. The room was filled with amazing women and a few men (they are welcome, too :)).  The key note speakers were inspiring and the break out sessions were very informational. Events in the City TV interviewedContinue reading “The South Bay Women’s Conference was a success!”

My interview with Marianne Williamson, who’s running for Congress

As a business coach/trainer, I’m persistent about encouraging my clients and followers to attend events regularly. It’s a great way to meet new people and prospects. By attending events, I’ve met some of my best business collaborative partners. Most recently, I was at the 2014 South Bay Women’s Conference where I got the chance toContinue reading “My interview with Marianne Williamson, who’s running for Congress”


1. Qualify the people you meet at any event. When you are making simple conversations, figure out if they are a potential client, a potential referrer or someone who simply needs your help. These are the only categories that you need to worry about when talking to people. Ask yourself, do they sound like someoneContinue reading “5 EFFECTIVE WAYS TO NETWORK AT ANY EVENT”

Events in the City Launches the 10 Step Guide to A Successful Event at the Small Business Expo!

    Visit us at our Booth!  Featuring Invitations to two main upcoming events in 2014: SoCAL Business Expo – April 24, 2014 – Shrine Expo Hall (Los Angeles) – Get a chance to win a 10×10 booth by visiting us at the Small Business Expo – The Survivor’s Fashion Show – June 26, 2014 – TaglyanContinue reading “Events in the City Launches the 10 Step Guide to A Successful Event at the Small Business Expo!”