Three Six Zero Group
|Founder(s)||Mark Gillespie and Dean Wilson|
|Headquarters||London, England, UK|
Three Six Zero Group is a global entertainment company founded in 2007 by Mark Gillespie and Dean Wilson, with offices in London, New York City and Los Angeles.
The first client signed to the Three Six Zero Group artist management roster in 2007 was Calvin Harris. The roster would grow to include deadmau5, Nero, Hurts, Sasha, and more. In 2011 the company announced a worldwide partnership with US entertainment company Roc Nation. In 2012 Three Six Zero Group and Roc Nation launched their annual charity event to benefit Los Angeles Children’s Hospital Orthopaedic Center as a post-Grammy event. The first instalment of the event was held on February 12, 2012 and featured performances from Rihanna, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Michael Woods, and Chris Lake. The February 10, 2013 event featured performances from deadmau5, Kylie Minogue, Crookers, Timbaland + Demetrius, and DJ Reflex. Both events raised over $250,000 for the charity. In 2013, Three Six Zero Group and Roc Nation launched their first installment of their annual post-Brits event in London featuring performances by Calvin Harris and Michael Woods.
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