In the Spotlight
Experience some of our adventures.
How we work
Every event begins with a single concept. Our favorite thing to do is to turn the whiteboard into a blackboard of ideas that bring our concepts to life. And then fun begins. Transforming possibilities into innovative experiences and environments can be complex and challenging. But that’s our sweet spot – turning imagination into magic, and taking our clients and their brands to the next level.
We bring ideas to life with the latest event technology. And if It doesn’t exist, we invent it ourselves.
We’re people people, and our events reflect it – connecting audiences to brands in exhilarating ways.
We develop creative environments that get audiences thinking, “how’d they do that”?
We are leaders and thinkers,
doers and dreamers.
We are current, connected and infinitely creative.
We are serious about what we do, but just as serious about having a good time doing it.
We are an experiential meeting and event production company.
We are passionate about helping clients connect with employees, partners and customers through everything from large-scale galas to intimate team meetings, and everything in-between. Whether our clients want us to do it all or provide the technology to make it happen, we’re flexible.
Putting the extraordinary into every brand experience.
Look who’s talking about CPS
“We have worked with CPS for five years now. Always professional and detailed, they deliver what they say they will. This is the group to work with for a fantastic event!”
– Rita, MTPP
“It’s always a delight to work with the CPS team. Their ideas are innovative and creative. They always find a way to tap into our synergy, creating the right mix of harmony and excitement needed to have a successful event. It’s truly a beautiful thing.”
– Aluna, Detroit Receiving Hospital
“When I work with CPS, I know I have a true partner, not just a vendor. Their ideas, suggestions and attention to detail leave me free to focus on other parts of the event. They always make me look like a star.”
– Sharyl, McLaren-Macomb Hospital