- HASH7Head of Music & Brand Partnerships, 2004 - presentSuccessfully managing campaigns and events for independent clients and global brands by way of brand partnerships, sponsorships, booking music artists, managing and organising live events, logistics, production and budgets to client’s brief. Clients include: Sennheiser, Coca-Cola Company, iTunes, BAFTA, LG, Microsoft, Monster Energy, Harrods, Tesco, Barclaycard, Sony, Universal and Warner Music
- Halewood International LimitedBusiness Development Manager, 2002 - 2004
- VF CorporationBusiness Development Manager, 1994 - 2001
- The Coca-Cola CompanySales & Marketing Representative, 1989 - 1994
Originally founded in 2004 HASH7 now stands at the forefront of the new music revolution. HASH7 is designed to work with global through to independent brands and clients, music artists, music management and PR companies to manage and plan their events whilst they take control of their promotion, this also includes sourcing artists..
The purpose of HASH7 as a consultant is logical and simple, we assist clients wishing to set up their own music programme and or bespoke event that have the idea but do not have the necessary in-house team/contacts for production, venues, direct access to deal with the agents, labels independent/ major artists, connections to brands etc.
Brands clients include Harrods, BAFTA, Sennheiser, LG, The Ivy, Virgin, Quiksilver, O2, Blackstar, iTunes and Coca-Cola
HASH7 is the vehicle to make the connection, put the event in motion as well as link artists to brands and highlight brands via artists and events.
Currently HASH7 has a data base over 8,000 artists with a catalogue totalling over 200,000 tracks of various music genres.
There are huge HASH7 success stories; The Rifles, Young Guns, Friendly Fires, Enter Shikari, Battle, Steven Fretwell, , Plan B, White Lies and The Wombats, to name a few.
Alongside our great national/ international events and campaigns, some of the events HASH7 has been involved with from start to finish include Coke Music & iTunes, Quiksilver - Quiksessions, The Coca-Cola Company – Soundwaves, The Great Escape and Airwaves.
+44 (0)207 617 7696
HASH7, The Underworld 174 Camden High Street London NW1 0NE
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