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New President at Entertainment Agents’ Association

By | Published on Wednesday 3 May 2017

Entertainment Agents' Association

The UK’s Agents’ Association has a new President and a new name. The new President is Neil Tomlinson, director of Sheffield-based The Act Store. The new name is the Entertainment Agents’ Association, which is actually its old name, with the word ‘entertainment’ returning to reflect the trade body’s representation of “reputable agents from all walks of the entertainment industry”.

The rebrand also comes amidst plans to increase the profile of the trade group for booking agents, both in political circles and within the music community. According to IQ, new President Tomlinson says: “This is an exciting time to take on the role of president as we focus on moving the Entertainment Agents’ Association forward to play a more visible role in lobbing government, identifying new entertainment trends and anticipating any potential barriers to trade for the benefit of our members”.


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