XIX Entertainment

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XIX Entertainment
Industry Entertainment
Founded 2010
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Key people
Simon Fuller
Products Artist management
Film and television production
Website XIX Entertainment

XIX Entertainment is an entertainment content and intellectual rights organisation based in North America and Europe. The company, which has been valued at $100 million[1][2] was set up by Simon Fuller in 2010[3] to commercially develop world class individuals and entertainment properties with an established sporting, music or fashion pedigree. The company provides artist services that include management, TV & Music production, social media engagement, Public Relations, entertainment marketing, legal and accounting services, and has a staff of fifty with offices in London, New York, Los Angeles and Nashville.

The company manages Geri Halliwell, Annie Lennox, Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, Andy Murray, Steven Tyler, Carrie Underwood,[4] David Cook, The Spice Girls, Aloe Blacc, Lisa Marie Presley and Roland Mouret,[5] and is in a partnership with Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony for their 2012 production Q'Viva! The Chosen.[6][7] Lewis Hamilton was managed by the company from early 2011 until November 2014,[8] whilst Bradley Wiggins was managed by them from November 2013 to January 2017.[9][10]

In 2011 Simon Fuller announced that XIX Entertainment would be taking a 50% stake in a new venture with Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, named Blackwell Fuller Inc.[4][11]