Marley Majcher is the CEO of The Party Goddess!, a nationally acclaimed full service event planning and catering company, and author of “But Are You Making Any Money?”, a witty and lauded business guide for entrepreneurs.
From understated elegance to rock star fabulous, Majcher is known for creating the most talked about parties of the year. Since the launch of The Party Goddess! Majcher’s client list has included: Earthlink, Cedars-Sinai, Georgetown University, Art Center College of Design, San Diego Polo Club, See’s Candies, Cal Tech and Whole Foods Market. Majcher has also produced notable events for the Hollywood Bowl, the Critics’ Choice Awards, luxury car manufacturers Porsche and Rolls Royce’s Bentley brand, as well as, celebrations for Sofia Vergara, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, Pierce Brosnan, Kelly Preston, Jenna Elfman, Britney Spears, Laila Ali, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Katherine Heigl, Snoop Dogg, and Nick and Vanessa Lachey.
Heralded as a must-read for any entrepreneur, Majcher’s book, “But Are You Making Any Money?”, simplifies – in a step-by-step process – the complicated aspects of running a lucrative business. Her profit technique and conversational style is what Forbes Magazine says “makes you want to keep reading more.”
Majcher is the party planning and entrepreneurial expert people turn to for all things entertaining. Her popular savvy and business sense have earned her appearances on various outlets and shows including: “Fox and Friends”, Fox Business, MSNBC, “Extra”, “Entertainment Tonight”, “Good Day LA”, Bravo, E!, MTV, HGTV, FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, and The Wedding Channel.
Majcher has championed her unique approach to events and inspired many to create lasting memories through her featured articles and interviews in publications such as, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Us Weekly, People, OK!, Marie Claire, Women’s Day, In Style Weddings, BusinessWeek, Entrepreneur Magazine and The Robb Report as well as multiple radio interviews including Martha Stewart’s Sirius Radio show.
Her keen eye for chic trends and clever business techniques has made her a coveted speaker across the United States and around the globe, on subjects such as; small business, entrepreneurship, all aspects of entertaining and her celebrated coaching programs. Majcher’s beloved presentations challenge entrepreneurs to not only think outside the box, but forget a box exists.
Majcher has also contributed to several books, including: “It’s Your Business: 183 Essential Tips that Will Transform Your Small Business”, by JJ Ramberg, host of the MSNBC show “Your Business”; “Extreme Entertaining Made Simple”, by Eduardo Xol, the star of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”; “Restaurant Newsletters That Pay Off”; “Nobody’s Business But Your Own” and “How to Plan an Elegant Second Wedding.”
In Majcher’s hometown of Pasadena, California, she has received many honors and awards including the Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year Award, three years in a row and being named an Outstanding Young Woman of America. She was honored by the State of California as Small Businesswoman of the Year and honored by Pasadena Magazine, a premier lifestyle magazine, as one of their “40 under 40”. Marley is a current member of the Forbes Los Angeles Business Council, as well as the North American Academy of Wedding & Event Planning Advisory Board.
Majcher earned a degree in Marketing with a focus on Entrepreneurship from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, where she is now a regular guest lecturer.
With her passion to be on the leading edge of gastronomy as well as design for her company and clients, Majcher has blanched, flambéed and fricasseed her way through the Smithsonian Institution’s culinary series and cooking schools in both Paris and Normandy. She constantly seeks out cool and creative individuals with style and personality to work with and attends premier design exhibitions whenever possible.
Majcher currently spends any free time she might have, usually between 10:45pm and 11:15pm on Tuesdays, planning her own annual blowout party held every November.