Eventchic Re-Brands Itself With a 2nd Year Anniversary Party

Eventchic  has been chugging along fairly successfully for the past 2 years, at the same time as the founder and president, Kathryn Epps, has been planning her wedding. Now that marriage is imminent, she’s back to rock and rool and decided to celebrate by having a 2nd year anniversary party, as well as a re-branding of sorts. Eventchic  is a full service management firm based in Philadelphia that launched two years ago; along with her team they plan some of Philadelphia’s most fabulous events.

 Strategic and stylish, Kathryn Epps (c) is the creator of the very concept
of Eventchic. With a background in event planning, marketing, finance,
retail, and fashion, Kathryn has been able to transform Eventchic from a
concept to a full service Event planning firm. She started the company
in 2011 but has been planning events of all shapes and sizes since 2007. With her is fiance Jordan and mom Cathy.

Some of the companies and organizations that they have worked with
include Urban League of Philadelphia, Arthritis Foundation, Neiman
Marcus, PECO, American diabetes Association, Opportunities
Industrialization Centers (OIC) and more.

 Calvin and Kristy Purnell were glad to come out and support Kathryn
 Dana DeSantis and Kathryn on the patio of the Hyatt Penns Landing where the party was held
Longtime friends DeLana Hill and Natasha Morris

 Beverly, Veronique and Chanelle are big fans of Kathryn. The trio attended school with Kathyrn and travelled from North Jersey to be with her on her re-branding party.

 Natasha Morris and
Florcy Morisset, owner and curator of Vivant Art Collection and a Philly 360° Creative Ambassador
Reggie Berry and Jackiem Wright, co-owners of The 400 PTM, The 400 PTM is a boutique management consulting firm specializing in the areas of sports and entertainment.
Caron Nickole and CJ
Kathryn Epps
When Kathryn is not engulfed in Eventchic projects she is running her
highly regarded financial services business in Center City Philadelphia,
traveling, finding the next best restaurant or fabulous pair of shoes.