Member Spotlight: Tisha Marie Pelletier, Details Event Management, LLC

Your vision. Our eye for detail.
National Association of Women Business Owners – Phoenix
Tisha Pelletier 3591 S. Tatum Lane Gilbert, AZ 85297 480-219-1356 detailseventmanagement.com facebook.com/detailseventmgmt

Tisha Pelletier
3591 S. Tatum Lane
Gilbert, AZ 85297
480-219-1356 detailseventmanagement.com
facebook.com/detailseventmgmt

What does your business offer? 

Details is a full-service event and marketing firm specializing in local and national nonprofit fundraisers and corporate events. We handle all of our clients’ events needs from concept to completion to marketing, PR and day-of management no matter how small or large the event is. Our clients actually get to “enjoy” their events, not stress about every detail. That’s where we come in.

What makes your business unique?

While many event planners you meet only handle the logistics and day-of activities for the event, we take it a step further, providing a definite advantage. We market and promote the event by providing the necessary tools our clients need to engage face to face with their target audience and potential sponsors. In addition, we plan our own signature events across the country, so we understand the emotion, challenges, monetary and time investment that goes into planning an event. We relate to our clients’ situations first-hand and produce their events as if they were our own.

Why should customers choose your product or service?

I’m very much a people person and aim to create a long-lasting relationship with each and every client I work with no matter what business. I put all of my attention on ensuring the project or event is a success and our clients are extremely happy with the end result. When a client retains our services year after year to plan their annual event(s), we know we did an exceptional job and will continue to grow together with them. 

What is your biggest daily challenge? 

Knowing when to put my work down. As an entrepreneur, my mind is always creating, so it can be challenging to get to a stopping point, especially with technology everywhere. I’m an insomniac by nature so I tend to do most of my work from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m., like writing my book and coming up with yet another business idea.

Why did you decide to become a NAWBO member?

To connect and develop meaningful relationships with other like-minded women business owners across the country, and share our business strategies and success stories.

What has worked better than you anticipated?

I really enjoy the smaller Neighborhood NAWBO groups where I get to interact with other entrepreneurial women in a smaller setting aside from the large monthly luncheons. I have also made some great connections through the NAWBO happy hour mixers.

What else would you like people to know about you?

I’m a serial entrepreneur as I own two other businesses, Simply Put Marketing and The Mom-e Club, a national mastermind group for mom and women entrepreneurs. I’m a mother of two children (2 and 5 years old) and am an author getting ready to publish two more books by January 2016. I’m also celebrating 10 years of being an entrepreneur this September.

How long have you been a NAWBO member? 

Just over one month. I joined in April 2014 during the membership drive.

What is your role with NAWBO (active member, board, committee, corporate partner)?

Active member, but also interested in serving on the corporate partners committee.

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