Events This Year: Save the Dates!

Now that the holidays are behind us, it’s go-time for planning events this year! Many of the events that we help to plan take place annually. We’ll often pick up the planning not long after the previous year’s event takes place. This enables us to either secure a preferred date at the same venue or start a site selection process for a new location, as well as to book the vendors that our clients favor.

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Our Events This Year

Since Events with Ginger & Co. handles 15-20 events each year, it’s important for us to be able to keep the planning moving forward on multiple events at the same time, even those that aren’t going to take place for six to nine months.

If you’ve joined us as an attendee or volunteer at any of these events in the past, mark your calendar for this year’s events. Haven’t experienced these events yet? Click on the links below to learn about past events, join our volunteer list, or reach out us and we’ll put you in touch with one of these worthy organizations:

Stay tuned:

  • Our e-newsletter later this month is about the differences in planning first-time vs. annual events.
  • We’re sharing fun “holidays” on our Facebook page to consider when scheduling events this year.
  • Return to the blog to find out about new events this year coming on board soon!

About Ginger Berman

As President of Events with Ginger & Co., Ginger oversees the planning of 15-20 events each year, including the five simultaneous Light The Night Walks for the NJ chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, as well as conferences and gala dinners for various other nonprofit organizations and corporate and professional services firms.Previously, as Special Projects Manager/Consultant to the co-founders of the organization Autism Speaks, she designed and executed events from concept to completion, ensuring they went off without a hitch and met their awareness-building and fundraising potential. High-profile events included the first chefs’ tasting in NYC to offer table-side cooking to over 370 people, which raised over $1.1 million, and the $1.8 million Concert for Autism Speaks featuring Lionel Richie.Prior to joining Autism Speaks, Ginger created the position of Marketing Manager, Conference and Event Planning at the New York headquarters office of White & Case, one of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the world. She managed client-facing retreats, educational seminars and other special events for the firm. In 2007, she returned to the firm as a consultant, organizing six days of events in three months time, including registration, hotel, airport transfers, two receptions, an all-day meeting and a black tie dinner dance for more than 550 people.Ginger earned her B.S., magna cum laude, in Mass Communications from Towson University and also attended American University of Rome in Italy. She lives in Westfield, NJ with her husband and son.

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