Advancing Your In-house Event Teams

Congratulations for searching for event success strategies. This is the first step towards improving your event success longevity.

  • Is your organization no longer reaching its event ROI expectations?
  • Have you been doing the same formatted event for years?
  • Did your event team grow from your regular office staff?
  • Do you have a board that negatively reacts to your changing operational event needs?
  • Do you need new event budget items but the budget isn't approved for growth?
  • Are your sponsors or partners not satisfied with their connection to your event participants?
  • Do you need a few fresh ideas to keep your guests or attendees excited about your event over others?
  • Are you afraid that your one shining event staffer might leave and you won't know how to run next year's event?
  • Do you not have the money to hire a full-time event staff member but still need the expertise?
  • Are you afraid to ask for event guidance because you fear you may lose your job?
  • Do you need more improved staff and volunteer management?
  • Are you, your participants, and partners bored with your recent event?
  • Are you negotiating successfully with logistical and vendor contracts?
  • Has someone buried their head in the sand about your event strategy for too long?
  • Do you wish you could just ask questions along the way to double check your event decision making?
  • Are you unsure about your event social media or technology connectivity game plan?
  • Are you unsure why your organization even has events anymore?
  • Do you wish you could connect your event results to the rest-of-the-year organizational mission goals?

Molique EPS is a perfect partner for strengthening through mentoring, coaching, and training your in-house event team...
for any type of event. 

Today's market is all about connectivity so we guide you  through the growing pains of leaving presenting behind and moving towards inclusion activities.







Deborah Molique is the founder of Molique EPS, specializing in meeting event success for organizations with under 1,000 participants. Deborah is a future thinking, goal-oriented and nationally-minded planning leader who drives client growth through creative large- and small-picture event development.

Starting as a young lady serving her community through service, it wasn’t until college that she realized that her organizing talent would become her career. An Arizona State University conference planning internship forged this pursuit while earning a B.S. Organizational Communication degree. Working at a two-property Los Angeles hotel company sharpened her sales and customer service success and still allows her to present client events properly to industry partners. While directing operations at a print brokerage, all her abilities commanded the company to a near triple revenue position while transitioning through an unexpected media-frenzy owner death. When the timing was right, Deborah started her own event business, making the decision to move back to the growing Arizona market, and start a for-profit public entertainment business. After several years, she successfully sold the public entertainment portion of the company, and has been focusing on directing regional and national meeting events ever since. Her clients love her constant developing concepts while always pushing the revenue percentages upward. Staying connected through industry educational resources such as ASAE, PCMA, MPI, SPIN, and more keeps her current on trends, technology, and strategic options. She continues to personally serve her community through volunteerism. Her callings have manifested as a voice for hospital patients, founding a non-profit local networking group, working on industry event committees, and contributing constructive guidance for local for-profit and non-profit organizations.

concept | negotiation | style | execution

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