Kim & Spin In The News!

The following is an interview by Voyage Group of Magazines to highlight small businesses in the Denver Metro Area.  Continue Reading

Drawing Attention To Your Next Event

Promoting a conference or event can at times feel like you’re juggling knives while walking on a tightrope. Basically, it’s a daunting task but with the right tools and strategy, success will be... Continue Reading

SPIN EVENT MANAGEMENT SELECTED AS BEST BOUTIQUE EVENT MANAGEMENT FIRM 2019 IN COLORADO

Women-owned agency is honored to be selected for its hard work and unique capabilities when it comes to event experiences and marketing. Continue Reading

The Role Of Meetings In Organizational Change

n Monday, August 19, the Business Roundtable—an association of chief executive officers from more than 200 of America’s largest companies—published a “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation”... Continue Reading

2019 ILEA Awards

THIS YEAR'S MEMBER OF THE YEAR WAS OUR ONE AND ONLY CEO, KIM SCHMITZ! Continue Reading

Finally, Find the Support You’ve Been Looking for!

Listen Up Leadership  Getting your leadership on board is up to you! Most disconnects with leadership and various internal teams can be credited to the lack of understanding what is important. For... Continue Reading

Obsidian Podcast

CEO and Founder of Spin Event Management, Kimberly Schmitz has over 20 years of marketing experience focused on B2B opportunities through events. Continue Reading

Taking the Leap

When I was in college (a really long time ago), my plan was to work for a ski resort and sky-rocket to the top of their marketing department. I had spent a ski season in Vail and was the Ski Club... Continue Reading

Five Steps to Planning a Small Event with a Big Personality

In the event management industry, we like to show off pictures of our BIG events and the mass of people who attend them. But in my years of experience, I’ve facilitated many small, lower cost, but... Continue Reading

A Venue Says What?

A Venue Says What? The other day while visiting a venue to consider for a client’s event, not only was I considering the space, layout, parking, flow, etc., but I was listening for the venue to... Continue Reading

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