Silent Disco Producer HUSHConcerts Expands Into Six New Markets
Event production company HUSHConcerts has announced its expansion into six new markets outside of its home base in California. Beyond its flagship spaces in San Francisco and Los Angeles, HUSHConcerts will now operate offices in Austin, Chicago, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New York City, and Reno.
In order to expand services into the Southeastern United States, HUSHConcerts has also forged a strategic partnership with Georgia entertainment services company Island Sound.
"We have been parachuting in to these communities for years to help our friends and clients overcome production challenges," HUSHConcerts CEO Robbie Kowal said in a release. "Now, our regional team leads can enhance our service offerings while simultaneously reducing our reliance on carbon-heavy shipping."
Since its inception in 1997, HUSHConcerts has been carving out a name for itself with immersive experiences and specializing in silent discos and wireless headphone technology. The company also offers services for festival activations, silent conferences, DIY private event gear rental and more.
To aid their ambitious expansion, HUSHconcerts has restructured their management and partnered with Judy Fridman, co-founder of IT services firm Magenic Technologies Inc. HUSHconcerts co-founders John Miles will spearhead the company’s growing Silent Conference division, while Kowal has taken on the role of CEO, overseeing the company’s day to day operations.
“I am proud to join this exciting company and assist them in their goals of expanding their service offerings across the USA,” Fridman said in a release. “My goal will be to use my own experiences to ensure that this growth is steady, sustainable and continually improves the quality of service to their clients and fans.”
Rounding out the new management team, HUSHconcerts has promoted Trisha Moore to director of operations & finance, Jessica Colette Kowal to business development director, Kevin Ferlin to marketing director, Logan Duckett to production manager and Adam Miller to facilities manager.