How Showcase gave birth to H3 Entertainment
How did you get into Music industry?
Well like most music executives, I started out as an artist myself. After a few long years as an artist, I wasn’t happy with the opportunities that I saw were being provided. So instead of sitting back and complaining, Idecided to become the person who is offering the opportunities. Starting in Chicago, H3 Entertainment stands for Humble Hungry Hustler.
Please tell us more about H3 Entertainment and the services being offered.
H3 Entertainment stands for Humble Hungry Hustler. The three key elements that I felt were important to not only the music business, but for life. We offer indie artists as well as other brands in the entertainment business different outlets and resources to provide their companies the best exposure.
How did your business evolve over the years? What are the factors that contributed to the growth of your company?
Over the years, we have seen growth in our artist development department and I contribute that success to the events that we coordinate. The relationships we build there have given us the chance to work hands on with these artists day to day, instead of once of month. This now gives a steady client base of different companies, as well as artists to mix and match with each other, depending on what they need.
What sets you apart from your competition?
That’s easy, our knowledge on how to market, when to market, and where to market. Myself and my partners only make deals that make sense. Nowadays within the indie music circuit you find so many thirsty people ready to spend the first budget they have on things that won’t help them in the long run. 7 years in, we no longer have that as a vice, but of a resource.
If you could leave our readers with one last piece of business advice, what would it be?
Invest wisely, and build relationships. Success isn’t owned, it’s leased. Rent is due every day. Check out our website gosityent.com.