TEM embraces music as a universal force for good, that transcends age, culture and religion, and serves as an inspiration for the future generation of leaders. This belief is shared by all our team members and is embedded in our brand identity.
We are proud to have equal gender representation within both our Executive Leadership Board and operational staff, putting us in a unique place within the music industry. Our multitalented team consists of both hardened industry veterans and promising young talent, working in unison on pioneering industry models and delivering unique projects.
Granddaughter of Britain's leading impresario Sir Ian Hunter, Rebecca has continued his legacy. Over the span of three decades, Rebecca has pioneered business development across a wide range of entertainment sectors internationally, championing new business models and building high-profile partnerships, including The Mayor's Office, TfL, BAFTA and Historic Royal Palaces. She has founded two events businesses, oversaw the £65m Bluewater development and has been featured as an industry expert on Sky News and BBC.
HEAD OF STRATEGY
During his 35 year career in the music business, Matt has worked with and represented some of the most iconic artists including Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Ozzy Osborne, Jon Bon Jovi, Kanye West and Justin Bieber. He has held domestic and international marketing roles in the US and the UK, most recently serving as Executive Vice President for Global Marketing for Universal Music Group. Matt's recent projects of note have included Andrea Bocelli 's albums 'Cinema' and 'Si', selling over 1 million copies.
PARTNER | CMO
An ACIM and a boutique agency owner, Sanzhar has spent his entire career working in the marketing industry. He has managed campaigns and built digital resources for the likes of HK Scan, Pitney Bowes and Bloc Hotels. He has also completed 40+ projects for leading e-commerce companies, including Aheadworks, Amasty and Extendware. Under his guidance the recent audiovisual releases 'Something Left to Love', 'No Day Shall Erase You' and 'Sleeping Beauty' reached a viewership of 4.5 million.
PARTNER | LEGAL
Helen Searle is a leading intellectual property (IP) lawyer specialising in the entertainment industry with a particular focus on the music, film and TV industries. She has negotiated over 500 recording agreements for artists such as Jamiroquai, The Portishead, Seal, The Prodigy, Motorhead and Emili Sande, generating sales of over 50 million physical albums worldwide. Helen has also advised for corporate clients such as Amnesty International, Greenpeace, Universal, the BBC and ITV.