Tier One Worldwide Appoint Head of Communications


Sports and Entertainment Agency, Tier One Worldwide, have appointed Oliver Hodgson owner of PR agency Platinum Live, as their Head of Communications. Hodgson will be overseeing a revitalised global communications project for the firm as they embark on a busy 2021/22 agenda. 

Tier One Worldwide, who operate in offices based out of Bristol and London, is the brainchild of sports and entertainment industry executives, James Filmer and Bruce Hayward. They offer a wide range of commercial rights and event experience in the sports, entertainment, and leisure sector. Tier One are growing an enviable portfolio of rights holders reaching across the sports, music, and entertainment industries, connecting with a variety of brand sectors that include FMCG, vehicle, insurance, energy, and gaming platforms.

Speaking of their latest appointment, Co-Founder James Filmer said: “The whole ethos of our business is based on integrity, simplicity and transparency which is why I’m delighted that we can appoint Platinum Live as our communications partner. The ambition and vision of Platinum Live completely mirror our own and we look forward to an exciting period ahead for all of us.”

MD of Platinum Live, Oliver said: “This is such an exciting opportunity that I just couldn’t miss out on, I’m both grateful and proud to be working with two very well-respected industry professionals. From a chance introduction to James last year, where we both established that our ambitions, values and goals aligned very well. I’m certainly looking forward to the challenges and future ahead with Bruce and James, particularly as we come out of the pandemic and the event world opens back up again.”

Adam is the co-founder and editor of www.eventindustrynews.com Adam, a technology evangelist also organises Event Tech Live, Europe’s only show dedicated to event technology and the Event Technology Awards. Both events take place in November, London.

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