Creative. Purposeful. Motivating.  

Creative. Purposeful. Motivating.  

Creative. Purposeful. Motivating.  

Creative. Purposeful. Motivating.  

Creative. Purposeful. Motivating.  

Bring your event to life

Corporate events are meant to be engaging and inspiring, so Corner Collab works to curate the perfect mix of creativity and structure for every event. We customize our services based on your needs and budget. Our extensive Atlanta event experience allows us to present a variety of unique venues and vendors to help bring your event to life.

“Kim & Molly jumped right in, picked up what I was putting down and designed the perfect events that I needed for my group of executives.”

Amy HarrisonRarified Group

Our Services

Corporate Event Planning

  • Holiday parties
  • Corporate anniversaries
  • Annual meetings
  • Conferences & conventions

Masters Hospitality

  • Private home reservations
  • Full service tent management
  • Private chef services
  • Entertainment


  • Large party/multi-group reservations
  • Private dining experiences

Destination Management

  • Hotel blocks
  • Group tours
  • City wide activities
  • Event production
  • Registration services

Food & Beverage Consulting

  • Menu development
  • Catering sales & operations consulting
  • Current event themes & trends

Corporate Team Building

  • Field day
  • Corporate picnic
  • Game shows
  • Culinary competitions
  • Improv

Corporate Transportation

  • Airport pickup/drop off
  • Shuttle coordination
  • Private chauffeur services

Event Design Management

  • Theme party decor
  • Event florals
  • Lounge furniture rental
  • Venue floor-plans

Vendor Procurement

  • AV & Lighting
  • Catering
  • Tents
  • Entertainment
  • Photography

Venue Selection

  • Curated proposal of hotels & venues based on event needs

Our Approach

Corner Collab is an Atlanta-based, full-service planning company founded by two colleagues, turned friends, turned business partners.

We focus on listening to your company’s priorities to create a distinct experience for you and your guests. Whether it’s an intimate board dinner for 20 people or a corporate holiday party for 500, we act as an extension of your brand and will create an event that reflects your highest objectives.

With our combined 25+ years of hospitality experience and our extensive venue and vendor contacts, Corner Collab focuses on all of the right details to ensure that your event is flawlessly executed.

Meet The Girls in Your Corner!

Kim and Molly worked together for six years in the small corner of their office collaborating on event menus, floor plans, vendor relations and day-to-day event operations. Molly is a budget queen and has an eye for the small details that make an event pop. Kim thrives on theme parties and brainstorms her best big-picture ideas on her morning commute. Together, they create the ideal team to manage and execute all your event needs. They believe that the best corporate events should feel distinctive, and love to infuse creativity while staying aligned with your company’s identity and priorities.

Molly Irwin

Originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina, Molly grew up working at her dad’s Ace Hardware store where she learned the value of service and warm Southern hospitality. On a whim after graduating college, Molly ventured to a resort ranch in Wyoming to wait tables. The energy of the kitchen, camaraderie of the staff, and interaction with guests from all over the world caused her to get bitten by the hospitality bug. After attending culinary school at the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts in Boston, she made her way back to the South to call Atlanta home.

Over the span of twelve years, she has worked in event operations and sales at two of the leading catering and design companies in Atlanta, Dennis Dean Catering and Bold Catering and Design. She’s created strong vendor and industry relationships and has always loved the way events bring people together to create a unique buzz.

Favorite cocktail: gin and tonic with extra lime or a full-bodied glass of red wine
If she didn’t live in Atlanta, she would live in: Florence, Italy
First job: working as a cashier at my dad’s Ace Hardware store
Interesting fact: I’ve served Neil Armstrong coffee
Christmas light preference: classic white
Sushi, tacos or pizza: thin crust pizza
Song that always gets her on the dance floor: September by Earth Wind and Fire
Event pet peeve: linens not touching the floor and the Cha Cha Slide

Kim Pollard

Kim grew up a Snellville, Georgia native, raised on a steady diet of Southern casseroles and Little Debbies. Her love of hospitality started when she would play restaurant from her toy kitchen but grew with her first high school jobs waiting tables at Applebee’s and the Cheesecake Factory.

Kim attended the University of Georgia, where she played club soccer and graduated from the Journalism school with a degree in advertising. After four years at an advertising agency, she felt the pull to get back to the hospitality world that she loved. She started as a Corporate Sales Manager at Bold Catering and Design where she learned the Atlanta event industry inside and out over the next 10 years. Her love of food and beverage led to her role as a territory manager at Gourmet Foods International, where she continued to expand her hospitality, venue and food knowledge in Atlanta and surrounding markets.

Her favorite thing about the events industry is meeting new people, using her creativity, and crushing a good theme party.

Favorite cocktail: cosmopolitan
If she didn’t live in Atlanta, she would live in: Oregon
First job: dry cleaning attendant 
Interesting fact: I played Elvis in the middle school musical
Christmas light preference: C9 multi-colored lights
Sushi, tacos or pizza: sushi
Song that always gets her on the dance floor: Proud Mary by Tina Turner
Event pet peeve: not enough hi-boys to prop your drink

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[email protected]
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P.O. Box #29152
Atlanta, GA 30359

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