Yearly Archives: 2013

NXTevent has Internship Openings

Want to be an Intern for NXTevent?

What is NXTevent?

Any world class destination deserves a world class team. NXTevent is the choice of the meetings, convention and incentive industry. As New England’s finest full service Event and Destination Management Company, NXTevent’s premise is simple – a passionate, experienced team who wants to tell your story with uncompromising detail and impeccable service. As such, our success story as the fastest growing event and destination management team in Boston and New England is unprecedented.


Qualifications and Skills:

  • Your personal and professional presentation skills are impeccable in and out of the office for in person, online or on the phone interactions with our business and client community.
  • Qualified Candidates must possess excellent computer skills, a good telephone manner and personality, and attention to detail.
  • Hands on operational, in the field work is required.
  • Excellent computer skills, organizational and office skills

Generally, our apprentice program includes participation in core areas of company sales, marketing and program operations. You will be working with key company leadership as well as participating in company initiatives and operations.

Responsibilities will likely include:

  • General and Office Phone Work including answering, transferring and management.
  • Filing and required Paperwork on Programs including follow up vendor communications.
  • Reconciliation and closing of Client Programs with Accounting Department.
  • Preparing, composing and sending company information with cover letters to current, past and future client and industry relationships.
  • Reorganization and inventory of company operational supplies from onsite programs back into inventory and business operations.
  • Assisting in the research and development for company proposals as required.
  • Participation on onsite programs operationally with client events. You will part of the operational team executing live events and programs.
  • Updating and migrating database information as well as basic marketing including writing, editing, direct mail, email marketing, newsletter and company listing information.
  • Research for Lead Development for sales and account managers


  • Internships are Non-Paid
  • Proficiency and previous hands on experience with all Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Ease in learning internet and other software capabilities.
  • Workweek Commitment; your workweek commitment will be based upon on credits earned as well as by work-study / college credit requirements.
  • Full-time Internships are preferred – (40) Hour internships will generally require Monday – Friday from 8:30 – 5:30 p.m. as well as weekend and weeknight work with our company operations schedule.
  • Part time internships will be considered, but require a commitment of 3 full days with 9-10 hours days.

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A Look Back at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference Welcome Reception

This summer, NXTevent had the unique honor of working with the Alzheimer’s Association, planning and orchestrating events for the organization’s International Conference. The events, which included a Welcome Reception at Boston’s Seaport World Trade Center and a 5K Fun Run, were held in honor of the thousands of researchers who dedicate their lives to studying and preventing Alzheimer’s Disease.

The Welcome Reception, held on Sunday, July 14th, across from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, was the kickoff to the conference, setting the tone for the energy of the week. Thousands of guests departed the BCEC after a full day of conference sessions and were lead across the street to the grand arch of the Seaport World Trade Center. Along the way, the attendees were greeted by roving stilt walkers and acrobats outfitted in the Alzheimer’s Association’s signature purple. As guests ventured further down the drive, the powerful and festive sounds of a full marching band echoed down the street, beckoning guests forward to the reception. The performers swayed and bounced to the pounding of the drums while the color guard tossed their bright flags into the air. From the sidewalks, our staff watched guests as they smiled, pointed, and snapped photos of the scene.

Past the festivities at the grand entryway, attendees were greeted by the sounds and smells of a classic backyard barbeque. Sliders cooked on massive grills sent their sweet and smoky aroma into the air while trampoline performers executed incredible acrobatic feats nearby. Huge pitchers of specialty drinks dotted one side of the patio, complementing the bar stations and massive carts of other treats. Dancers, Double Dutch jump-ropers, magicians, along with other performers were at every turn, a feast for the eyes throughout the evening.



Guests ate, drank, mingled, and danced along the boulevard of flags to the sounds of a fantastic DJ and in the company of their esteemed colleagues. A fan favorite was the performance by local community youth hip hop dance group, Lil’ Phunk, who demonstrated talent and passion far beyond their years.

As the event came to a close, guests were still barefoot and dancing, taking photos with new friends, relaxing at the purple themed cocktail tables, and reluctant to acknowledge that the fun had come to an end. We couldn’t be happier with the result and the response from our wonderful clients. The event was truly memorable, and we feel so grateful to have been a part of the conference in our own way._EST4849_EST4855

NXTevent Team Prepares to “Dine-Around”

Last night the NXTevent team was primed and ready, springing into action in their efforts to advance all 11 restaurants for a dine-around event for our client. The dine-around, planned for a group from the financial insurance industry, was a fantastic way for guests to get a real taste for the culinary scene of Boston in only one night. In true DMC style, we made every effort to ensure a seamless and memorable evening. From Strega to Sorellina, each restaurant was given the proper preparation.




Prior to the evening’s main attraction, our team was ready to address every detail. With participating restaurants in practically every neighborhood in the city, NXTevent’s dine-around team made their rounds to each location, putting staff in place, combing over tables and linens, checking in with a stellar group of transportation staff, and executing their game plan. Our team loved the excitement and enthusiasm of all our valued partners at the city’s best restaurants. There’s nothing quite like the electric energy during our pre-event setup.



We All Scream for Ice Cream: Where to Find the Area’s Best Scoops

It’s a beautiful day, one of those beautiful New England days where the sun hangs high in an impossibly blue sky, and the few clouds above look so fluffy and soft that you almost don’t mind when they float past. On a spring day like today, with flowers first peeking from beneath the soil, when temperatures are straddling 65 degrees for the first time in a long time, there’s only one thing a true New Englander has on his/her mind; Homemade Ice Cream.

Now, I’m not talking about taking a trip down to the local CVS and picking up some Haagan Daz. I’m talking about rich, creamy, fresh, homemade ice cream, the kind that trickles down a cone, no matter how feverishly you lick your mint chocolate chip double scoop. So, in honor of spring in New England, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite authentic homemade Ice Cream places in Eastern Massachusetts. Try them out and tell us whether we got it right. Are we missing your number 1 pick?


Essex: Head to the byways and beaches of Essex and revel in rolling farmlands, try your hand at antiquing, or spend a peaceful and serene afternoon on Crane’s Beach. No doubt you’ll get a craving for an icy treat. If so, make your way to:


  • Down River Ice Cream – Route 133 in Essex. With Adirondack chairs for lounging, beautiful river views, and flavors featuring Vermont maple sugar, walnuts, and peanut butter truffles, this place is a scoop of heaven.
  • Captain Dusty’s Ice Cream — 121 Eastern Avenue, Essex. The newest location for homegrown company that started as a small stand at Beverly Farms, Captain Dusty’s is always fresh and always different. With customized items like the Sham Rocker Frappe it’s a must-try.


Boston: Come explore the hub, wandering through the hustle and bustle of downtown crossing shopping center, through the charm of the Boston Common and Public Garden, and past the historical landmarks like the Old your adventure from:

  • Sprinkles Ice Cream and Fudge Shoppe — 120 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston — variety is the spice of life. It’s also the high point of any visit to Sprinkles Ice Cream Shoppe. Try ice cream sandwiches, elaborate sundaes, or even some ice cream cake. Every sweet treat satisfies.
  • The Ice Creamsmith — 2295 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester — This place gives new meaning to the word “fresh,” with all of their Ice Cream churned on the premises. Create your own flavor using any combination of their 13 “mixins” or try one of their monthly special concoctions.



Cambridge: In a city famous for its quirkiness, originality, and love of locally sourced products, it’s no surprise there’s plenty of options for authentic homemade ice cream. After you marvel at the history and architecture of America’s oldest University, waltz on over to famous Harvard square, or a bit further to trendy Central or Inman Square to see the local artists’ wall. Then try:toscaninis

  • Toscanini’s — 899 Main St, Cambridge — Where else in the world can you enjoy flavors like Earl Grey, Burnt caramel, goat cheese brownie, and ginger snap molasses? The answer: nowhere.
  • Christina’s — 1255 Cambridge St, Cambridge — the self proclaimed “landmark for the culinary enthusiast” has an impressive collection of awards. They’ve been wowing ice cream lovers for years with flavors like Crème Fraiche, Grand Marnier, and Honey Lavendar. This is the place for the foodie in need of a dessert fix.


Cape Cod: If you’re lucky enough to make a trip to Massachusetts’ famous Cape Cod, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get that ice cream sugar high before being consumed by the serenity of sand and sun. On your way to your beach destination, make a pit stop in Plymouth or Centerville and experience:peaceful meadows

  • Peaceful Meadows 60 Bedford Street, Whitman — Midway between Cape Cod and the Greater Boston area, Peaceful Meadows is a treat, with some truly terrific ice cream. Peaceful Meadows has been around for ages, but it’s largely unknown by people from outside the area
  • Four Seas Ice Cream — 360 S. Main St., Centerville — as you venture closer to the outer coast and cross the Sagamore bridge, you could always make a pitstop at the Four Seas. Enjoy some of the cantaloupe ice cream at Cape Cod’s oldest ice cream stand
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