VANCOUVER, BC – Eventchain, a global blockchain based ticketing platform that supports event organizers and artists alike, today announced the addition of Chris Brandt to its leadership team. Chris joins the team as Director of Strategic Partnerships, spearheading initiatives in marketing and client relations for both Music and Non-Profit event sectors.
“Chris’ knowledge and years of experience in the music industry lends invaluable direction for our evolving brand. As we begin to work with more artists and talent managers, Chris’ expertise makes him a fantastic addition to our team,” said Dino Bassanese, President of EventChain.
Chris joins EventChain following his tenure at Music Heals, where he built the company from concept to distributing over $1m in funding and building a global brand in under five years. His background includes extensive experience in the Canadian music industry, including 10 years at Universal Music, owning an independent label, curriculum development and instructing music business courses at British Columbia Institute of Technology.
“I’m thrilled to be joining a team of innovators at EventChain,” said Chris.”I look forward to bringing my industry experience to such a diverse organization that is already leading the way with their entrepreneurial technology.”
EventChain is the world’s leading blockchain ticketing platform and solution. The company, which officially launched its Release One November 1st 2018, is gearing up to onboard dozens of blockchain conference organizers as well as event organizers in the Arts & Fashion Industry, Finance and Investments Industry and AR/VR, streaming Industries among other niche technology fields. EventChain was founded in 2017 by Ashton Addison and released its MVP in July 2018. Advisors include Dr. Steven Funk, Chong Foo Chaw and Jeans Tang. Learn more at www.eventchain.io
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