Fast growing Multi-million dollar group travel planning company T.E.A.M set to hit $3 MM in revenues
Driven by expanded features and services, multi-million dollar company T.E.A.M. (Travel, Entertainment and Marketing), the leading Greek formal event planning company in North America, is on target to reach $3 million in 2014, the company announced.
T.E.A.M. has strived to improve and expand its business lines by partnering with hotels across North America, and adding spring break planning, group travel, and custom events in addition to its Greek organization formal events.
“It’s been exciting for the staff of T.E.A.M. to achieve the financial goals we’ve set. We strongly believe our expanded services and the increased convenience in group planning services that we continue to provide has been the impetus for our nearing our forecasted $3 million revenue mark,” said T.E.A.M. CEO and founder Mike Olivas.
The company’s success centers on its innovative and proprietary planning platform, which is the world’s first online planning software for Greek Formals. The T.E.A.M. planning platform allows Greek chapter leaders to plan events entirely online saving groups time and money. The technology offers Fraternities and Sororities the ability to connect to venues and hotels all throughout North America. T.E.A.M. pre-negotiates pricing in all areas, and on every occasion T.E.A.M. clients receive a custom package and assistance from professional CMP’s (Certified Meeting Planners).
Since its founding in 2007 T.E.A.M. has quickly grown a reputation as a reliable and innovative company in the group travel planning industry. Because of the company’s unprecedented growth, T.E.A.M. has begun offering scholarships to undergraduate Greek leaders based on the use of their services as well as employees Greek leaders on campuses across North America.
“With our revenues growing, we love the idea of being able to give back. This allows us to help those leaders that helped us along the way,” Olivas said.
About T.E.A.M. Founded in 2007 and based in Newport Beach, California, T.E.A.M. (http://www.teamexp.com) is a rapidly growing group travel company that specializes in planning formal events for fraternities and sororities. Known for meeting the travel needs of students and business clients with its full-service packages, T.E.A.M. partners with major hotel and tourism industry leaders to provide the best deals in an all-inclusive package. T.E.A.M. is the corporate brand that includes www.greeks365.com (under construction) which helps plan custom Greek formals and trips; www.FormalBuilder.com , (under construction ) which allows groups to shop for their formals using cutting-edge technology; and Vegasformals.com, (http://www.vegasformals.com) for fraternities that want to book Las Vegas suites, mansion formals and more.
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