On Thursday, June 16th, transFORM hosted an art show for the Entrepreneurs Organization of New York, a peer-to-peer network of influential business owners.
The Entrepreneurs Organization is a global business network of 11,000 + leading entrepreneurs in 157 chapters within 48 countries. The New York Chapter contains over 230 active members and nearly 10,000 employees.
As former members of the NY Chapter and Co-Founders of transFORM, Andreas Messis and Stuart Reisch, were excited to welcome many familiar faces to their NYDC showroom.
They even gave a brief introduction on their affiliation with the group.
Exhibiting artists Jean-Luc Mege and Rachelle Krieger also provided narratives for their beautiful artwork, which was on display for the opening reception of transFORM Gallery’s Summer art exhibit.
During the past twenty-five years, Krieger’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in over twenty cities throughout the United States, including the Susan Eley Fine Art gallery located on the Upper West Side.
Jean-Luc Mege began his career as a professional photographer in 1989. With an intense human sensitivity, he captures more than just photographs. When Jean-Luc takes his camera, it is to tell you a story… or to bring you in his particular universe.
Throughout the night, guests enjoyed wine and culinary treats while mingling with participating EO members.
A big transFORM thank you to EO’s, Sarah Endline (CEO & Chief Rioter) and Damon Gersh (President of the NYC Chapter) for their help in organizing the event.
Additionally, we’d like to thank their respectable spouses, Jean-luc and Rachelle, for adding vibrant color and powerful image to our gallery.
In the following week, transFORM hosted a Stakeholders Reception for the AIESEC US and AIESEC Life.
The non profit organization caught wind of our successful EO show and asked if they could hold their annual national board meeting at transFORM – of course we obliged!
The AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-led network, creating positive impacts through personal development and shared global experiences.
The organization brought in over 65 people, including AIESEC newcomers, alumni affiliates and multi-million dollar board members.
The group enjoyed tasty refreshments as they browsed through the gallery in-awe of Jean-luc’s photography and Rachelle’s oil paintings.
At transFORM, we open up our showroom to chambers, meet-ups and non-profit organizations as a way to network and build new connections within the community. It exposes our showroom and gives people the chance to see, touch and feel what we do.
With that said, we’d like to thank Sarah for organizing another great event.
We are already looking forward to the next one!