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What would it mean for your business if you hosted an event people couldn’t stop talking about?

Baya has a talent for creating the unexpected, and at the same time, priming the participants to be open for whatever the unexpected is. She creates the foundation for different types of connections to be made and for truly memorable experiences to be had. I honestly don’t know how to put a price on that.”

– Kathy Gecas, Strategy Director – Adidas

There are thousands of conferences, summits, classes, bootcamps, masterminds, workshops, memberships, and retreats being sold at any given time.

How do you create an in-person or virtual experience that is unlike the others?

It’s no longer simply about who can provide the best information. It’s about what you do with people’s attention once you have it.

I run a workshop that had already gotten a gold seal of approval from people who run their own workshops. When Baya came in, she was able to see all kinds of changes that no one else had seen. Our NPS score has already gone up just off of simple, low hanging fruit changes she suggested. Most people can’t get into the head of participants. Baya does, and the massive change we’ve already seen is remarkable.

– Tucker Max, 4x New York Times Best-selling author & Co-founder, Scribe Media

I help create unforgettable live and virtual events.

I specialize in designing unexpected moments that separate you from the crowd and get people talking.

There’s a rich history of taking non-ordinary approaches to events.

Take Truman Capote, for example. Known primarily as the famous and controversial writer of books as In Cold Blood, he decided in the 1960’s to throw a masquerade ball.

More than 50 years later, it still gets mentioned in publications like The New York Times.

An entire book has been written about the event, and the ball even has its own Wikipedia page.


Oscar de la Renta and Vogue Editor Francoise Langlade at Truman Capote Black and White Ball
(Credit: Santi Visalli/Getty Images &

He offered the unexpected.

Instead of a fancy chef-inspired dinner with white linen, he served spaghetti at midnight.

There were no lavish floral arrangements. He decorated with odd balloons and candles.

He spent the entire summer coming up with the guest list, and then did something totally unheard of: he mixed the rich and famous with average Joes and Janes from middle-class America.

Even decades later, Truman’s event is memorable because it was different.

He wasn’t aiming for “better” based on some arbitrary and overused recipe his colleagues happened to use.

The results after our first event with Baya? Attendees said it was the most transformational experience of their lives. After working with her on just one event, we’re 10x more effective and the number of people we can now help is a thousandfold. If you want your guests to shift, grow, and expand, baya will be your biggest asset.”

– Steve Young, DPT, Founder – The Healing House

Most in-person or virtual events, despite great planning and expensive production, are completely forgettable.

How many events have you attended that have been truly unforgettable?

It’s probably a short list.

Even with well-known speakers, expensive setups, good programming, farm-to-table food, or expensive software, most events simply end up unremarkable.

The good news is that the fix isn’t necessarily spending another $50k on better lighting and bigger speakers.

The fix is adding elements that are unexpected and unusual.

“Baya gave me invaluable insights on customer experience for Innovation Bootcamp, an elite technology event that I hosted at the Four Seasons in Malibu. Baya has a deep and nuanced understanding of the customer mindset and framed my event to meet our lofty goals.  Her specific recommendations helped create a 5-star guest experience with only incremental costs. A massive ROI for my company and my customers!”

– Navin Thukkaram, Angel Investor

My clients hire me to make their events world-class by adding X factor moments that begin when the invite is sent and last long after the event is over.

Think of it like creating magic on-demand.

To hear what some of my clients think, go here.