• McVeigh Global Meetings and Events Celebrates One Year Anniversary

    POSTED August 26, 2019
  • McVeigh Global Meetings and Events Celebrates One Year Anniversary

    POSTED August 26, 2019

McVeigh Global Meetings and Events is celebrating its inaugural year as an events company offering fully integrated meeting and events solutions. The anniversary is being marked with the creation of a new corporate logo.

With expertise in pharmaceutical and life science-centered meetings and events, McVeigh Global also plans and executes large-scale team and customer-focused corporate events, including commercial conferences across the globe.

McVeigh Global has three offices, including locations in Manhattan, Amityville, Long Island and San Diego, and many home-based employees across the country. The company are currently working on a plan to expand into Europe.

McVeigh Global offers planners full-service experiences including creative concepting, meeting planning, production, air travel, hotel sourcing, digital and internet communication and more - practically anything that is centered around connecting people to solve their planning problems.

McVeigh Global has accomplished much in its first year as a company. “Our greatest achievement has been integrating three separate and unique companies into one cohesive organization and creating one company team culture,” says Jeff Guberman, CEO for McVeigh Global. “We have been able to provide more centralized resources and services for our clients and our team, new and expanded services for our clients, and the creation of a family culture that fosters innovation, an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to do what’s best for our partner clients.”

The new logo features a corporate style but stays true to McVeigh Global’s creative company culture, paying homage to the company’s tagline, “Creating Human Connections”. The “M” comes together from three independent lines mirroring the formation of the company. The circle around the M highlights McVeigh Global’s presence around the world. “Most importantly, the flow of the lines feels free spirited which is very much in line with our company personality,” Guberman adds.

As for the focus of future goals, Guberman cites client need. “We are building a company that is nimble and responsive to where the needs and wants of our clients are now, but more importantly, what their business challenge needs will be in the future...our industry is evolving rapidly as technology and communication options create new and more innovative ways to connect and engage...We are an ambitious company, built around the best people in the industry. There is nothing stopping us.”

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