Events (March 2012)

Events energize capital economy

Home to intimate political gatherings and multimillion-dollar conventions, the District of Columbia and its economy thrive on events of every shape and size.

DC offers venues for any event

Whether you’re a private organization looking to treat your clients, an interest group raising money or just an ordinary person wishing to celebrate a special occasion with family and friends, finding the perfect place to host your event can be challenging. Fortunately, Washington offers many options for events of any occasion.

Inaugural planning under way as campaign heats up

As voters in Illinois head to the polls this Tuesday to pick a Republican candidate they’d like to see challenge President Obama in the fall, planning for the 57th presidential inauguration next January is also picking up steam on Capitol Hill.

Cherry Blossom Festival focuses on Japan bond

 Last March, while preparing for Washington, D.C.’s annual National Cherry Blossom Festival, Ambassador of Japan Ichiro Fujisaki faced a serious challenge.

Washington’s women of PR

A slew of young women are taking Washington by storm — one client at a time.

Under the radar and over the top

The air is warming up unusually early this spring, and it’s a great time to have an office party or hold a fundraiser.