UK-primarily based SJM Concerts has appointed John Cornwell and Matt Woolliscroft to its Board of Directors.
SJM has offered excursions for acts together with Take That, Spice Girls, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Billie Eilish, Adele and Little Mix.
The appointment of Cornwell and Woolliscroft follows the appointment of former SJM General Manager Katy Grimwood, as a Director in October 2020.
Grimwood joined SJM in 2003 and grew to become its Head of Marketing earlier than being promoted to the place of General Manager in 2016.
SJM Directors on the Board now embrace Chris York, Glenn Tyrrell, John Cornwell, Katy Grimwood, Matt Woolliscroft, Rob Ballantine, Simon Moran (MD).
John Cornwell joined SJM in 1998 having began his profession at a number of venues in Hull and Middlesbrough. He has been half of the corporate that has grown from a workforce of a dozen workers to at least one with now over 70 full time employees.
In these 23 years at SJM, Cornwell’s checklist of purchasers embrace the Arctic Monkeys, Biffy Clyro, Chvrches, Diversity, Foals, Kings Of Leon, Muse and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Matt Woolliscroft joined the corporate in 2004 from the then Mean Fiddler music group having beforehand been Entertainments Manager at Sheffield University.
He works with a variety of artists together with the Killers, Florence and the Machine, Adele, Little Mix, Courteeners and Michael Kiwanuka.
“it is important to reward talent, dedication and vision.”
Chris York, SJM
Chris York, SJM Director, mentioned: “In any healthy and forward-looking company it is important to reward talent, dedication and vision. It’s fantastic for the future of SJM and our future progress to have John and Matt as part of the team steering the ship”.
“John and Matt have been very important members of the SJM team for many years.”
Simon Moran, SJM
Simon Moran, SJM Managing Director, mentioned: “John and Matt have been very important members of the SJM team for many years.
“It’s brilliant to welcome them both to the Board of Directors where I’m sure that their input will be vital going forward”.Music Business Worldwide