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Julie Subotky started her business and and wrote her best-selling book over the recession, growing her business from her NYC studio apartment to a million dollar operation. She started her business Consider it Done, over a decade ago in Aspen, Colorado. “People would arrive in town and not know who to call when they needed something done. From babysitters to private jet charters to New Year’s parties, everyone seemed to have more things to do than hours in the day, so jumped in to make things happen.” In 1997, Julie moved to New York where she discovered there were more busy people with even more things to get done. So, Consider it Done expanded. While in New York, Julie began working with corporate clients. After organizing Revlon’s corporate communications and putting filing systems in place, she moved on to coordinate details for their top spokesmodels. When Estee Lauder needed their office address books organized, they called Julie who then moved on to coordinate everything from their personal organizing to gift buying. Julie has worked with high profile celebrities and PR firms all over New York to coordinate events, set up press rooms, put together gift bags and handle all VIP arrangements. The GAP hired her to assist them in designing a logo for an internal project. For Unilever, Julie was brought on to do work for their National Sales conference – she made sure that selling salad dressing was fun. As time passed, the word spread and soon diplomats and foreign ministers from all around the world called Julie to coordinate all of their travel arrangements, transportation, security, media appearances, speeches and getting everyone from place to place on time. She has coordinated projects in the United States and London as well as the first Aspen Institute Socrates in the Hamptons, NY.
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