BROOKLYN (CelebrityAccess) — The Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment has expanded its Advisory Board with a new chapter in London, and new additions to its New York City chapter.
The new London chapter of the advisory board will “align experts in the sports and entertainment industry” in a bid to bring top-tier talent to BSE venues, and assist with the company’s expansion plans.
The founding members of the new London chapter include:
Ben Lovett (Co-Chair), Communion Music / Mumford & Sons
Louis Bloom, Head of A&R, Universal Music Group
Tom Corbett, Head of Sponsorships & Media, Barclays
James Sandom, Red Light Management
James Worrall, Founder & CEO, LEADERS
Sarah Stennett, CEO, First Access Entertainment
“I am excited to grow our global reach with the creation of the BSE Advisory Board’s London Chapter,” said BSE CEO Brett Yormark, who co-founded the Advisory Board. “I’d like to extend a special thank you to Ben Lovett who has been instrumental in spearheading the formation of the London Chapter and will be serving with me as its co-chair. The NYC chapter continues to have a tremendous impact on our business and will be further strengthened with the addition of Jennifer and Marcie.”
Also joining the organization’s New York Chapter are several major players in the North American music world, including Jennifer Justice, who serves as Superfly’s President of Corporate Development, and Marcie Allen, President/founder of MAC Presents.
The Advisory Board has played a role in securing major programming for BS&E, including annual events such as TIDAL X, and the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year Awards; world championship boxing cards broadcast on SHOWTIME; the creation and booking of Billboard Lounge; as well as performers such as The Weeknd and Sia.