The world of food and beverage is constantly changing, and one term that has become more popular in recent years is “mixologist.” A mixologist is not just a bartender who makes drinks. A mixologist is a creative expert who invents new recipes, uses special techniques and tools, and makes their own ingredients such as syrups, […]
It was the beginning of the year 2020. As usually around that time of the year, I was in Poland spending a long Christmas vacation with my family. Since my vacations are often a mix of leisure and work, I was routinely checking my emails in the mornings.
The year of 2019 brought up multiple wonderful event opportunities. Brands like Montblanc, IWC, Ralph Lauren and CB2 were requesting events in both New York and Los Angeles. Everyone, the clients and the Alchemiq team, were all utmost satisfied with the incredible results.
The Alchemiq team already had an incredible 2018. With events for Tiffany, Theory and CB2, the year was going fantastic. To everyone’s delight, there were more first-rate parties on the horizon.
Many entrepreneurs like to watch the TV show “Shark Tank,” where business owners pitch their ideas to a group of prominent investors, with the hope that they’ll put their own money into these budding businesses.
It was a hot summer day in New York City. I parked my car at an overpriced parking garage by West 14th Street and started walking to the Chelsea Market.