Global Organization and Planning Services, LLC

Global Organization and Planning Services, LLC Event Planning and Management Company
With offices in Newark, NJ and the Metro Atlanta, GA, our company provides full-scale event planning and management services - throughout the United States and in 13 international locations.

A US-based professional, full-scale, event planning and management company, with nine years of domestic and international (with services to the United States, Australia, Bahamas, Brazil, England, the Gambia, Ghana, Martinique, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, Swaziland, Thailand, and Zimbabwe) experience, providing event planning and management for conferences, meetings, trade-shows, marketing launches, tours and more, as well as corporate level training in meeting and event planning. Our experienced, internationally traveled, organized & detailed, multi-lingual and cultured, and technology expert staff, will minimize the hassle in planning and organizing your events. We make every event our priority

08/16/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #17

Proposal Writing Can Be Key to Your Company's Financial Success and Stability:

Every event planning company should hone the skills of proposal writing. Obtaining business contracts starts with a great proposal writer who can respond to Request For Proposals (RFPs) for contract bids. Knowing how to write a winning proposal that reflects your company's business capabilities and that details how you can meet the needs of a potential client for a bid is a means of providing a steady stream of income for your company. Don't be afraid to hire outside your company to obtain a good proposal writer.

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #16Expanding Your Event Planning Business:For most business owners, the main goa...
07/25/2018
Global Organization and Planning Services, LLC

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #16

Expanding Your Event Planning Business:

For most business owners, the main goal is to expand/grow their business - increase revenues, business contracts, service/product offerings, number of locations, and business scope. One approach to graduating from a small business to a larger one is to collaborate with other compatible businesses. Once you have perfected all aspects of your core business, explore opportunities to collaborate with other businesses that are in-line with your company's direction and goals, in an effort to increase your business. Working with like businesses helps to also expand your company's horizons and reach.

Event Planning and Management Company

07/18/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #15

Building for Longevity:

To develop an event planning business that will stand the test of time, do not be afraid to venture into new territory. Event Planning is such a broad field, but every industry needs it in some shape or form. After mastering event planning and management for one or a few industries, go for event planning contracts in other unfamiliar industries. First, do your research on that industry; then prepare yourself and/or your team to venture into that new territory successfully. Branching out into new territories, while maintaining a successful level of expertise in the familiar territories, will only grow you as an event planner, as well as grow your event planning business.

07/11/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #14

When to Refuse an Event Planning Opportunity?

Event planners are known by the success and/or failure of the events that they plan. As an event planner, ALWAYS plan and manage your event successfully. Never accept an opportunity to plan an event that you do not have the time, commitment, or the capacity to do well, the event planning resources to carry out all required details fully, or the means in which to meet all of the client's expectations. It is better to refuse the opportunity than to accept it and have an event disaster.

07/04/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #13

Starting & Growing Your Event Planning Business:

When starting an event planning business, begin with smaller events that are manageable and within the scope of your companies capabilities. As you get familiar and more comfortable with managing the various phases of an event, go after events that are larger in scope and size; and then gradually expand into other types of events. But as you take on larger events, make sure that you also increase in qualified staff that can help you handle the increase.

06/27/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #12

Securing Overseas Vendors:

When planning events in other countries, most likely you will need to rely on vendors in the overseas location in which the event is being held. Overseas vendor companies sometimes operate in ways that you may not be familiar with or used to - not necessarily in a bad way though, as compared to how companies operate in the United States. However, to ensure that you do not select overseas vendors that are illegal or fraudulent, rely on the appropriate US government agencies stationed in or near the overseas location of your event to verify a vendor's licensing, registration, business history and other credentials before agreeing to work with that vendor. It usually is a long, hard, and arduous process in taking
legal action against a company overseas.

06/20/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #11

International Event Planning:

When doing international events, take the time to research thoroughly the international location in which your event will be held, and not rely solely on the international third parties available to you. Any information about the international location of your event provided by these resources should only supplement the information that you find from doing research on your own. Together, both sources of information will equip you to better deal with issues that will and can arise while planning and/or managing your event overseas.

06/13/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #10

Should you insure your event?

It is a best practice to insure your event if you will be responsible for any of its liability. For a lot of events, most commercial venues and some vendors will require event planners to agree in a signed contract to indemnify and hold harmless the venue and/or vendor, respectively, against any liability. In such case, the event planner would be completely responsible for any and all liability of his/her event, should their be any property damage or bodily injury incurred during the event. With the appropriate commercial liability insurance held for the event or by the planning company that is responsible for the event, and with the proper coverages and insurance limits, you and your company/organization would be protected in such case against any personal liability.

06/07/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #9

Choosing Your Event Venues and 3rd Party Vendors:

Choose your event venue and vendors wisely. Remember, it should be more about the quality of the service/product that they can provide that meets and satisfies your clients' needs. Although these are important, prices, concessions, and discounts should be secondary. However, with good negotiation skills, event planners should aim to secure for their clients any additional benefits from the venue and/or vendors, with the quality of the venue/vendor service/product being paramount.

05/30/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #8

Customer Satisfaction:

Before beginning any event planning assignment, be sure that you clearly understand the needs and wishes of your client. Ask as many preliminary questions as possible before you begin planning. All additional questions that arise during the course of the planning should be mainly follow-up or clarification questions. If a client is unsure about a lot of their event details, offer good suggestions to help guide them during this phase. The ultimate goal should be to deliver a great event that meets, and where possible and permissible, exceeds the expectations of the client.

05/23/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #7

On-site Management:

When planning for the onsite management phase of your event, be sure to provide enough staff to adequately cover the event from beginning to end. Plan for things to go awry by having enough trained staff onsite to deal with those unforeseen situations. More staff is better than less or not enough.

05/16/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #6

Event Budgeting:

Budgeting accurately for your event without going over budget sometimes can be tricky. Thorough cost analysis for all aspects of your event will be key. Always budget for worse case scenarios when planning for any event. If the details and circumstances of your event change such that you can reduce expenditures, presenting a cost savings to your client is admired. The alternative could be to have to return to your client and admit your mistake in cost analysis, and even worse, have to come out of pocket to cover the difference.

05/10/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #5

Time Management for Event Planning:

When possible, allow as much time as needed, or more than enough time, to properly plan and manage all of the phases of your event. Start early to allow for schedule conflicts and delays, especially for events that require a large staff. For events with unavoidable circumstances that only allow a limited amount of time for planning, do not be afraid to engage all planning staff in late night and weekend work.

05/02/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #4

Staffing Your Event:

To staff your event properly and most efficiently, make assignments based on the individual levels of experience of your staff. Do not be afraid to switch staff between areas and phases of work as needed to get the work done. Remember to work as a team, but avoid unnecessary overlap to get more done in the least amount of time - the use of a detailed project plan can help to achieve this.

04/26/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #3

Event Success:

The success of an event hinges on the success of its execution, for which all event planning staff are responsible, especially the onsite staff. Value all of your event staff by providing them with some form of compensation for their hard work and time. Compensation given to event staff affords the managing event planner a standard of expectation for the quality level of their work. Repeated use of uncompensated volunteers may subsequently reduce the quality of your events.

04/19/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #2:

Event Size:

The size of an event should never affect the success of an event, if any sized event starts with a solid and consistent event planning methodology. Whether the event size is 5, 50, 500, 5,000, or 50,000, with a solid planning methodology, an increase in size should only equate to more staff, which should be well-trained, to implement the methodology that already has been established. No need to be afraid of large size events.

04/11/2018

GOPS Event Planning Tip For This Week - #1:

Event Planning Basics:

Event planning is a very broad industry, which fuels the progression and success of so many other industries. It is prudent for an event planner to take the time to understand the industry/business sector which s/he will be serving, so that s/he can apply the event planning principles that are appropriate for that specific industry/business sector. Because each industry/business sector has it own specific requirements and expectations upon which its success thrives, its event planning needs may be different from that of another industry/business sector.

Check out the launch of our company's new website - same dynamic event planning company, same website domain name, but n...
04/11/2018
Global Organization and Planning Services - Home

Check out the launch of our company's new website - same dynamic event planning company, same website domain name, but new website look! We will have more exciting events to list in the coming months. Please check our Events page periodically to see what Global is planning next.

Event Planning Team
Global Organization and Planning Services, LLC
Voice: 770-574-4415 / 973-374-6637
www.globalorganizationplanning.com

Experienced Event Planners For Events Held in the US, parts of Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Carribean, and South America. We can help you plan a spectacular event.

Sign up for a 5-hour Quick Interactive Professional Event Planning & Management On-line or Classroom Training (crash cou...
09/17/2014
5-Hour Event Planning and Management Training

Sign up for a 5-hour Quick Interactive Professional Event Planning & Management On-line or Classroom Training (crash course) for your next event (weddings, professional meetings, galas, product launches, marketing events, banquets, reunions, tours, production events, and more), from one of our professional event planners at Global Organization and Planning Services, LLC. Receive 4 hours of event planning training on how to plan, manage, and execute your event, and 1 hour of directional training and Q&A specific to your event. This training will help your event become a HUGE success. NO prior event planning experience necessary.

Serving training participants from any location with our on-line option. Call our office to inquire @ 973-374-6637 / 770-574-4415 or visit our website @ http://www.globalorganizationplanning.com/5-HourTrainingRegistration_Atlanta.php

Experienced Event Planners For Events Held in the US and abroad, promotional items, photography, event advertisement, catering, and more.

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06/16/2014

Global Organization and Planning Services, LLC's cover photo

Frankfurt American HS Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
06/10/2014

Frankfurt American HS Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

06/10/2014

ATTENTION Atlanta!!!

Sign up for a 5-hour Quick Interactive On-line Professional Event Planning & Management Training (crash course) for your next event (weddings, professional meetings, galas, product launches, marketing events, banquets, reunions, tours, production events, and more), from one of our professional event planners who has over 12 years experience. Receive 4 hours of event planning training on how to plan, manage, and execute your event, and
1 hour of directional training and Q&A specific to your event. This training will help your event become a HUGE success. NO prior event planning experience necessary.

Please sign up at our company website, under the 'Training' link.

5-hour training for only $75

Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala
04/24/2014

Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala

Timeline Photos
04/15/2014

Timeline Photos

Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala
01/31/2014

Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala

Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala
01/30/2014

Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala

Timeline Photos
01/30/2014

Timeline Photos

01/30/2014

We culminated almost 5 months of event planning and management services for the NFL, at a wonderful Super Bowl XLVIII Business Leadership Forum Gala in NYC last night. The event was attended by some outstanding celebrity guests, prominent small business development professionals, and a host of extraordinary small businesses from the NY/NJ areas. It was a pleasure for us to serve the NFL and Super Bowl XLVIII Host Committee for these past months.

05/13/2013

GOPS Helpful Tip #15:

Building for Longevity: To develop an event planning business that will stand the test of time, do not be afraid to venture into new territory. Event Planning is such a broad field, but every industry needs it in some shape or form. After mastering one or a few industries, go for event planning contracts in other unfamiliar industries. First, do your research on that industry; then, prepare yourself and/or your team to venture into that new territory successfully. Branching out into new territories, while maintaining a successful level of expertise in the familiar territories, will only grow you as an event planner, as well as grow your business.

05/06/2013

GOPS Helpful Tip #14:

When to Refuse an Event Planning Opportunity?: Event planners are known by the success and/or failure of the events that they plan. As an event planner, ALWAYS plan and manage your event successfully. Never accept an opportunity to plan an event that you do not have the time, commitment, nor the capacity to do well, the event planning resources to carry out all required details fully, or the means in which to meet all of the client's expectations. It is better to refuse the opportunity than to accept it and have an event disaster.

04/29/2013

GOPS Helpful Tip #13:

Starting & Growing Your Event Planning Business: When starting an event planning business, begin with smaller events that are manageable and within the scope of your companies capabilities. As you get familiar and more comfortable with managing the various phases of an event, go after events that are larger
in scope and size; and gradually expand into other types of events. But as you take on larger events, make sure that you also increase in qualified staff that can help you handle the increase.

04/22/2013

GOPS Helpful Tip #12:

Securing Overseas Vendors: When planning events in other countries, most likely you will need to rely on vendors in the overseas location in which the event is being held. Overseas vendor companies sometimes operate in ways that you may not be familiar with or used to - not necessarily in a bad way
though, as compared to how companies operate in the United States. However, to ensure that you do not select overseas vendors that are illegal or fraudulent, rely on the appropriate US government agencies stationed in or near the overseas location of your event to verify a vendor's licensing, registration, business history and other credentials before agreeing to work with that vendor. It usually is a long, hard, and arduous process in taking
legal action against a company overseas.

04/15/2013

GOPS Helpful Tip #11:

International Event Planning: When doing international events,
take the time to research thoroughly the international location in
which your event will be held, and not rely solely on the international third parties available to you. Any information about the international location of your event provided by these resources should only supplement the information that you find from doing research on your own. Together, both sources of information will equip you to better deal with issues that
will and can arise while planning and/or managing your event overseas.

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