Crowed Free is a fashion company that gives back to the fight against human trafficking. They help fund programs to rehabilitate and rescue women from trafficking and over 50% of their products are made by women in recovery. Listen to the interview to learn how this amazing business was born and their mission to provide financial support and jobs to those in recovery.
today we have two incredible women who have done an absolutely amazing thing in the last two months, I think it’s been. Does that sound about right? I have the folks from Sewing for Angels, today’s Rosie the Riveter Group. And if you don’t know about these folks, you need to. So pay attention. This is important. This group started February, and I have the co-founders here together, Mary Beth Kratsas and Becky Auer, and I’m going to introduce them both to you. Ladies, why don’t you tell me how it all started.
And back when I started. And probably back when you started, there weren’t courses in colleges for event management and the things of that nature. A lot of that was you fell into it, however that may be. And so I actually traced this back all the way back to my grandmother. I grew up in a very cultural home with an Italian nationality and a Slovak nationality. But I blame my Italian grandmother on this. She grew up in a very small, very tiny, close knit community.
Hi everyone. Welcome to the Event Technique, and Eventsberg. And this is a chance for you to meet one of the coolest meeting planners slash event planners that I know. Her name is Ashley Kurkiewicz, and she has a marvelous company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania called Hello Productions. So welcome to you Ashley. How’ve you been?
Hi, everybody. This is Jill with The Event Technique and Eventsburgh, and we are doing some really cool interviews with various meeting planners and event people across the United States. And today, we are lucky enough to be talking with Ginny Fujino, who is the head of Blacktie South Florida. And welcome, Ginny. It’s good to see you.
Jill: Hey, good morning everybody! This is Jill with the Event Technique and Eventsburgh and we’re doing a roundtable mastermind interview with the one and only Adriane Diethorn, who is one of those folks who you just have to know. There’s just no question. If you’re in the non-profit event business, this gal can help you huge, and I’m going to have her tell you a little bit about her company and how she got into the business, so welcome, Adriane! Good morning!
Welcome everybody. This is Jill with the event technique and Eventsberg and we are starting a series in the event technique Roundtable Facebook group as well as with the podcast. And I am so excited that I have Tanya Edinger as our guest this morning, actually this afternoon and she is with, I’m going to get your name right, Luxury Events Concierge
There’s information out there that indicates millennials generate strong ideas of brands not solely from going to an event, but from materials, they’ll be exposed to before the event and after. These days there’s a lot of experiential marketing taking place. This can come in the form of things you might encounter at different sporting …
It doesn’t matter if you start to pull your event together within the next few days or a few weeks, you are going to need to get details of it in front of as many eyeballs as you can. Attracting attention to your event through email marketing is an extremely effective way to reach people. …
Events cost a lot of money to organize, particularly if the primary source of revenue is dependent on ticket sales. It can be tough to put together the cash in time to pay off venue contracts and vendors. If you’re having a difficult time funding the conference, concert or party you want to put on …