Quite possibly you will never plan one yourself.

Ever in your lifetime. At least not like Jennifer’s.

Now if you’re fortunate and are having substantial success in your industry, you might be invited to one. This time in your honor.

Prepare yourself for a great time.

Welcome to the world of major event elite party planning. In the high profile corporate events industry, a party is more than just a party. Many of them are booked at least two years in advance.

The memories afterwards for most employees will last a lifetime.

Jennifer Gilbert is no doubt honored to put them on.

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Jennifer Gilbert is an American entrepreneur and TV personality. She is the founder and chief visionary officer of Save the Date, a New York–based special events company.

Her company has been valued at over $30 million dollars.

In 1998 she was named one of the Entrepreneurs of The Year by Ernst & Young, a multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, for her event planning company.

She has also appeared on the TV series Real Housewives of New York City.

Extremely impressive.

Wait a minute.

Is Jennifer about to have a party?

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We would like to get to know her better. Let’s knock at her door at savethedate.com. There we can become more acquainted with her (friends only) and get close to her client’s designer clothes and magic.

Jennifer Gilbert is the Founder and Chief Visionary Officer.

In the early 90’s Jennifer revolutionized the event planning industry by flipping the traditional business model by offering Save the Date’s® services free to clients by marketing locations and venues, thereby becoming the destination for all event planners and vendors.

Jennifer Gilbert’s name and that of Save the Date® continue to command instant recognition and she is often quoted for her expert advice on everything from meeting to wedding planning in national publications from The Wall Street Journal and Business Week to People and InStyle.

Jennifer is also often recognized on the street for her brief role as the event planner on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of New York” and she has recently partnered with Bed Bath & Beyond, as their Wedding Planning Expert.

Jennifer’s most recent accomplishment is her new memoir, published by HarperCollins named, I Never Promised You a Goodie Bag: A memoir of a life through events, the ones you plan and the one’s you don’t landing her on the Today Show, Fox News, Live New York, The Marie Show, The Jeff Probst Show and many others.

By sharing her story with these and many other outlets, Jennifer has become a source of inspiration for not only event planners, but also for women across the country.

Ms. Gilbert is a graduate of the University of Vermont and received a Bachelor of Science in Consumer Marketing with a minor in Business, and graduated the MIT Birthing of Giants Program.

Thank you for the in depth profile Save The Date.

That was worth celebrating.

We would love to focus on what Jennifer’s company does.

They enlighten, “We have often been called “the planner’s planner” because we know the culture of each of our companies and their clientele. The look and feel that “works” for a cutting edge technology company may be the wrong message for a 100 year old Investment Bank.

Event planning is a business just like any other. It takes a team of trained and vetted professionals to complete deliverables and problem solve on the spot.”


The company has rendered services to many notable companies including several in Fortune 500 companies and has been retained by clients such as Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Oprah Winfrey and singer Jewel.

While Jennifer’s present is something to strongly desire, her past was not that way.

You’re going to find this hard to believe but it is true.

After graduating from college Jennifer moved to New York City. In 1991, at the age of 22, a stranger attacked her, stabbing her 37 times with a screwdriver before leaving her for dead.

Jennifer is a fighter and survived.

After recovering, she decided to become an event planner.

In her interview with http://empowerlounge.com she explains why. “I started Save The Date to help people celebrate and enjoy life’s greatest moments. This became my personal mission and calling after I was attacked and brutally stabbed at the age of 22. After months of recovery, I was determined to lock my secret away and pour my soul into my work. I kept quiet about this event for 21-years until sharing it in my recent book, I Never Promised You A Goodie Bag.”

We’re glad that she did. It may be helpful to millions of women around the world.

Have you ever thought about planning a corporate event?

We have a visiting writer who provides some helpful suggestions.

Ideas to Organize Corporate Events

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By Austin Marsh  

A special day of course needs special arrangement which includes perfect decoration, delicious menu and provision of entertainment. It requires proper planning to make each thing perfect such that the guests in the party can have moments to cherish forever.

If you are planning to throw a corporate party, then you must be thinking about the best possible ways to make a fantastic party. Besides offering fun-filled atmosphere to employees, corporate events are a way to symbolize the position of the company. By organizing events, you can break the monotony of daily working routine and also can strengthen business relationships with business partners.

Are you thinking of various ways to make your event successful? Here’s a short list that won’t disappoint you for organizing corporate events:

  • Party Venue: For organizing a corporate party, you can consider choosing a venue that has separate sitting arrangement, a platform for live performance, a dining area and other areas for entertaining activities. Along with that, you must leave some space to move around as everyone doesn’t like to occupy one seat for the whole party.
  • Decoration: After making a selection of the venue, the next thing to consider is the decoration. In order to give elegant look to the corporate event, you can consider decorating the venue with flowers, ribbons and candles. Besides these, lighting arrangement is the major thing to concern. For flawless lighting, you can seek assistance from companies which provide high-quality electronic lighting equipment on rent.
  • Food: Be sure to have quality catering services that have provision of variety of cuisines including soft and hard drinks. You can try the food before you finalize the caterer for your event.
  • Entertainment: To make the corporate party interesting, you can think about entertainment activities such as discotheque, magic shows, orchestra, dance floor etc. The entertaining aura in the party will help your employees to experience a change from the routine life.

Organizing corporate events need lots of planning. In order to have your party arranged in a comfortable manner, you can think about contacting professional event planners of your area as they have experience in organizing parties for business, wedding &special events in the best manner. They can also suggest you variety of ideas to make the event an extra-ordinary one. So, get in touch with reliable and experienced party organizers located near your area and start planning to make the event special for everyone.

To learn more, please visit Corporate Events and get the details about Wedding & Special Events.

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