Amy Corben, president of EMP Management, is proud to be celebrating 10 years of helping clients throughout the Valley achieve their goals with events, marketing and promotional needs.
Founded in June of 2005, EMP Management was the result of trying to create that work/life balance that so many working women strive to achieve in their professional careers. Having been a marketing director for nine years with The Irvine Company in Newport Beach, Calif., and then a senior specialist in community relations for more than five years at Cox Communications in Phoenix, Corben left the corporate world to start something she could call her own.
“With more than 15 years of corporate experience, I was able to translate that into EMP Management, creating the sustainable growth and support my clients needed with their fundraising events and galas, marketing programs and promotional campaigns. I have helped clients raise hundreds of thousands of dollars by stretching and saving budgeted dollars, as well as utilizing the network of contacts I have cultivated over the years,” she noted.
EMP Management had clients right out of the gate. “I reached out to all of my contacts and the people I had forged relationships and partnerships with over the years,” she added.
EMP Management has had the opportunity to work on some incredible projects, including the Phoenix Film Festival, The Arizona Meth Project, Scottsdale Fashion Week, The Tempe 4th of July Festival, Debbie Gaby’s Celebrity Catwalk and, most recently, the 2015 Inauguration Ceremonies and Luncheon, to name a few. “Over the years, I have worked with some remarkable clients, nonprofits, community leaders, boards of directors, committees and mentors. I have been very fortunate to have some of the most amazing mentors who have helped guide me throughout my career, and they have been integral to the success EMP Management has enjoyed in the past decade. I look forward to the next 10 years and beyond,” she added.