World Famous Event Planning Companies

10 World Famous Event Planning Companies

Let’s dive into ten of the most famous event planning companies, from around the world.

Bassett Events – Toronto

Led by Jennifer Bassett, Bassett Events has more than 15 years in the industry. Private parties, charitable events, and weddings; Bassett will always bring an “element of surprise”. They will do the design, set-up the location, invite the guests… even find the talent wanted in the event. Their clients do not only include high profilers like David Foster and Snoop Dogg, but they also work with non-profit companies like the WWF and Toronto’s Alzheimer Society.

MKG – New York

With a second office in Los Angeles and also known as MKG Marketing, it was founded in 2003 by Maneesh K. Goyal. As brand management goes hand in hand with corporate events, with more than 20 big names like Google, Delta and Ray Ban, product launches and marketing events are surely as grand. Also, Goyal is well known for organizing private events for celebrities like Jessica Simpson and Janet Jackson.

Colin Cowie – New York

Colin Cowie is a book author, designer, and TV celebrity. He has worked with many A-listers, companies, and nonprofits over the course of several decades. With the help of his reputation he created a team that works in different sections of event management. Colin Cowie Enterprises for brand management and corporate events, Colin Cowie Weddings and Colin Cowie Celebrations.

David Tutera – New York

Wedding dress designer and TV host, David Tutera surely has a team working with him to make everything possible. Mostly known for organizing weddings, he was awarded by Life & Style Magazine as the “Best Celebrity Wedding Planner”. He also does other type of events such as corporate and private events.

A Perfect Event – Chicago

With an extensive career in events, Debi Lilly creates this company with her team, seeking to deliver the perfect event to each person. Working for years on the The Oprah Winfrey Show and planning Oprah’s on-air live birthday party, Lilly is frequently featured in magazines like Martha Stewart Weddings. With a walk-in and online boutique, they sell flower arrangement services and other party details to clients. Their clientele includes luxury brands like Bulgari, Cartier, and Louis Vuitton.

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Rafanelli Events – Boston

StoryBook Ball: MassGeneral Hospital for Children by Rafanelli Events

Founder, President and CCO Bryan Rafanelli, best known as the planner for Chelsea Clinton’s top-secret wedding in 2010. His company, that also has offices in New York and Palm Beach, plan over 100 events in a year. Ever since 1996, they strive to deliver the most unforgettable experience to their clients. From private events to corporate events, they also make charity events in which in Bryan Rafanelli’s envisions in his own words “We try to tell a story.”

Yifat Oren & Associates – Los Angeles, California

Stephanie Cove worked as a catering manager in Aspen before she moved to California to partner with Yifat Oren and as a team created this company. This company is known for their discretion and taste, specializing in international affairs and events.

Quintessentially Events – London

International company with offices all over the world, they work with the elite people and leading companies to maintain their reputation as a market leader in the world. They do weddings, corporate events and private events. Founded in 2005 by Anabel Fielding and Caroline Villamizar Duque, they deliver an unrivaled experience with their international network.

Wonderland – London

A young company with offices in London, New York, and Miami, Wonderland delivers a more upbeat, modern and young vibe to their events.

Working in all fields including conferences, Wonderland has been in the industry over 15 years. Their clients include brands like Twitter, H&M and Ugg.

Eventive – New York

Also known as Eventive Marketing, a company that focuses on brand management. However, they organize many product launches for big brands like HBO, T-mobile and Coors. With a focus to their corporate clients, their works deliver accurately what these companies are trying to achieve.

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