Rachel Glazer has been planning events for over 20 years. Prior to founding Rachel G. Events, Glazer developed, planned, managed and implemented a wide range of corporate and social events, conferences, fundraisers, and missions. Dual graduate degrees in management and Jewish communal service give Rachel an edge when it comes to creative and strategic thinking, always grounded in a clear understanding of business.
When not planning some of the best and most successful soirees in the city (and beyond), Glazer serves on boards of philanthropic and non-profit organizations, is an avid marathon runner, and the devoted mother of twins.
How do you define your venture?
Rachel G Events is a premier event planning company that design, plans and implements a wide range of events.
What gave you the idea?
Growing up, my mom was in the party planning business, so I was exposed to it early in life.
Who is your customer base or demographic?
My customers range from all different areas and demographics. I work with people of all ages throughout New England and Israel.
How do you hope to fit into the market?
I fit into the competitive event market with my experience and extensive list of contacts.
What do you most need to be a success?
You need to have the ability to work with all types of people and to meet your clients where they are with ideas, budget, and personality.
This interview is part of Matt Robinson’s continuing set of Jewish and Israeli entrepreneur features. Please look for it on Sundays and suggest subjects. Todah!