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EMRG Media NYC: New York's Premier Event Planning Company
A growing number of New York City' s hottest restaurants, exquisite event spaces, coolest clubs and lounges, have one thing in common: they count on EMRG Media to get the word out. For over fifteen years, EMRG Media - a Manhattan-based marketing, event planning and publishing company - has been delivering results for the city' s finest venues.
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In this day and age, you can hardly host a dinner party without announcing it on social media, so a major event is naturally going to require posts on various platforms if you want to ensure attendance and get guests excited about upcoming conferences or holiday parties.
Host Your Next Event on The Water with Hornblower Cruises & Events
Delivering state of the art dining cruises and private events out of Pier 40 in the West Village, Hornblower Cruises offers the most exclusive and luxurious event planning experience you can find.
Lavish atmosphere and unparalleled service offered, Capitale stands as a venue and event space of distinction.
The Edison Ballroom
The recently renovated Edison Ballroom, with its exquisite art decostyle, blended with a touch of modern design.
Espace is a unique venue that offers an abundance of options in functionality for social, corporate and non-profit events.
Guastavino’s, an architectural masterpiece and designated NYC's interior landmark, is now available for events.
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NEW YORK EVENT NEWS AND COVERAGE
Oct 28, 2015
Retirement parties are unlike other types of corporate events New York. They lack the marketing directives of a product launch, the messaging of a conference or seminar, and the pressure to throw a big-budget shindig that comes with hosting holiday parties.
Oct 26, 2015
Engaging foreign guests is important and easy to do.
Oct 19, 2015
Ideally, your security measures will not be tested, but you need to be properly prepared for the worst-case scenario since the safety of all guests at the event is your responsibility. Can you imagine the consequences to your company's reputation (not to mention liability concerns) should you be unprepared and your guests become injured?