Gig Masters

GigMasters Inc. is an occasion administrations booking platform.[1][2] Its settle is in South Norwalk, Connecticut, USA.[3] GigMasters matches performers with organizers of weddings, moves, parties, celebrations, festivities, and corporate events. marketplace

History

GigMasters was established in 1997 by business visionaries Michael Caldwell and Kevin Kinyon who were based close to New York. The organization dispatched the principal rendition of its site in February 1997. In September 2010, GigMasters brought $200,000 up in development financing from speculator James Marciano.[citation needed]

In 2013, about portion of the organization’s appointments were wedding-related.[7] In November 2013, the organization brought $1.3 million up in arrangement A subsidizing by XO Group, parent organization of TheKnot.com.[8] Kristin Savilia, XO Group’s Executive Vice President, joined GigMasters’ leading body of directors.[9]

In September 2014, Inc. Magazine positioned GigMasters as one of the country’s 5000 quickest developing private companies.[10]

In October, 2015, the Caldwell and Kinyon, makers of GigMasters, sold the organization for $8.5 million to XO Group.[11]

Highlights

GigMasters sorts passages by instrument and by occasion or administration type.[12] Musicians make profiles and depict their services.[13][14] Potential clients can enter their area and quest for the administration they need.[15]

References

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GigMasters Finds a New Stage in South Norwalk. Stamfor Advocate Richard Lee, Staff Writer, July 26, 2011

Randy Chertkow; Jason Feehan (4 September 2012). The Indie Band Survival Guide, second Ed.: The Complete Manual for the Do-it-Yourself Musician. St. Martin’s Press. pp. 172–173. ISBN 978-1-250-01753-6.

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GigMasters Inc. Raises $1.3m Marketbrief Archived 2014-07-31 at the Wayback Machine

Top Companies in Connecticut on the 2014 Inc. 5000 INC, 2014.

“The Knot proprietor purchases Norwalk’s GigMasters”. Stamford Advocate, By Alexander Soule, October 5, 2015

Simon Adams (27 August 2010). 101 Ways To Market Your Music On The Web. Lulu.com. pp. 166–. ISBN 978-1-4457-5776-6.

Anne Roos (2008). The Musician’s Guide to Brides: How to Make Money Playing Weddings. Hal Leonard Books. pp. 111–. ISBN 978-1-4234-3874-8.

Margy Johnson (24 March 2014). Start Your Own Costume Character Business and Make Great Money Working at Home. Xlibris Corporation. pp. 43–. ISBN 978-1-4931-7516-1.[self-distributed source]

“25 Places to Hire a Santa Claus for Your Small Business”. Independent company Trends, Nov 25, 2016 by Annie Pilon

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