We’re happy to share with you that Music Gateway friend George Taylor has launched a creative event agency, LS4 Events. George has had a lot of experience in Live events, making a world of connections and success with his own company that was even acknowledged by the largest online ticketing company in the world, Eventbrite. In his early career, he started out working backstage at popular music festivals including Bestival and Field Day, alongside artists such as Clean Bandit.
‘My vision with LS4 Events is to offer a substantially superior service to what’s already out there – for businesses in the North and South Region, and to put on exceptional events for clients that choose to work with us.’
LS4 offer a range of events such as: creative events, PR events, product launches, corporate events, workshops, education & training events, conferences and more.
The agency promises to deliver creative, stress-free, and on-budget event-planning for every business they work with. They pride themselves in offering good old fashioned hard work, working to the highest industry standards and going above and beyond by doing what others can’t or won’t do.
George has been successful as the founder and CEO of The Creative Industry Hub – Leeds/London-based event company and educational, networking support platform for musicians, fashion designers and bloggers. He has now decided to turn his focus to this exciting new venture after noticing a lack of creative event companies in Leeds.
George has worked with a list of brands, bloggers, media companies, celebrities and CEOs that makes it hard not to feel impressed, including: House of Fraser, Sheridan&Co, Sony Music, Keith Harris OBE, Live Nation, PRS, Eventbrite, Global Radio, Esmee Denters, FashionUnited and many more.
Good news to students and graduates from the Leeds Beckett University! A relationship between the two seems obvious as the uni has the highest number of event management students in the UK.
‘We also aim to offer a graduate recruitment scheme for Leeds Beckett graduates in the hope of growing the events industry in the North, instead of allowing graduates to move to London like they typically do, currently.’
The business has already begun working with a large telecommunications company in Leeds and has also already had interest from over fifty major fashion retailers and major record labels. So it’s safe to say the future of LS4 Events looks like a positive one.
You can find out more about LS4 Events here: