“We don’t follow trends, we set them,” the Corinthian Events website boldly proclaims.
This is maybe to be expected from a DMC with a Boston office mere blocks away from historic American Revolution sites like the Old South Meeting House, King’s Chapel, and Faneuil Hall.
You won’t find stale, centuries-old ideas from Corinthian though. While their city — and the team — are proud of their historic surrounds, their event concepts also embrace New England’s innovative spirit.
With 2023 just around the corner, Corinthian is poised for a bright start, with much to show off in their destination. Here are just some of the ways the team is
(r)einventing and (r)evolutionizing their vision for events in the new year and beyond.
2023 will see the ushering in of Maura Healy as Massachusetts governor and Kim Driscoll as lieutenant governor. They’ll be the first all-women executive slate in the Commonwealth’s history, and Healy will also be the first openly lesbian governor in the nation.
Strong female leadership isn’t a new concept for New Englanders. Those looking to add some additional “girl power” to their next event can always skip an offsite excursion to the more staid Freedom Trail and hit the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail instead — thirteen routes that highlight the achievements of more than 200 history-making women.
The Corinthian team is ready to be your guide, wherever you’d like to blaze trails of your own.
New openings mean fresh, dynamic event spaces where the Corinthian team can help you hold your next event.
Of course, your event’s only as good as what you eat! While they’d never knock the classics — bring on those Boston Cream Pies, clam “chowdah,” and cannolis from the North End — the Corinthian team is especially excited about newer foodie must-tries like Little Whale Oyster Bar on Newbury Street and Tenderoni by chef Tiffani Faison, for those ready to upgrade their menus.
Give it up for New England: with incredibly smart minds at institutions like Harvard, MIT, and Brown, the area’s invented quite a few brilliant pieces of technology — including the first printing press, first sewing machine, the telephone, microwave ovens, and even the modern computer.
Corinthian is also exploring new event tech and catching eyes and applause for it. The company was recently named a 2023 ADMEI Award finalist in the “Best Entertainment Production” category for a drone show the team produced this summer on one of Boston’s Harbor Islands to close out an incentive program.
The show proved to be the most memorable part of the evening, with 100 drones designed and choreographed to the client’s incentive program theme, with perfectly tracked music. The 12-minute show was a surprise for all, and left everyone in awe of the impressive views in the night sky above them.
Well-versed in supporting the communities they work in and are part of, the Corinthian team won a second ADMEI nod this year for “Best Community or Public Event.” The Corinthian team is continually getting to know new parts of Boston and its surrounds throughout New England, leaving these event profs brimming with ideas for cutting-edge events.
Talk about a revolution indeed!
Inspired to bring your next event to New England? Get in touch with Corinthian.
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