We round up the latest movements from the ticketing sector and associated industries…

Venue management company ASM Global has opened a new headquarters in Singapore, expanding its presence in the Asia-Pacific region. 

ASM Global Singapore will be led by a joint leadership team comprising of Paul Sergeant and Ed Sanderson (pictured right). 

Sergeant has been with ASM Global for three years and most recently served as senior vice president, and will serve as the executive vice president of operations. Sanderson is new to ASM Global and will be in the role of executive vice president of venue development. 

He boasts over 20 years of commercial and operational experience at venues and facilities across Asia, most recently with architecture firm for events and stadiums company, Populous. 

Sergeant and Sanderson are expected to take up their new roles in Singapore by the end of the year. 

Elsewhere and Carlos Yepes has assumed the role of commercial director at Movistar Arena Colombia in Bogotá.  

Yepes has worked in media, focusing on radio and event production for more than 12 years. He has been the director of commercial development and national director of events and experiences at Caracol Radio. 

Yepes said: “This new professional challenge comes with high expectations. Arriving to this scenario, which is the heart of the events in Colombia, fills me with joy. It is a pride to be able to be part of this family and this work team, and to be able to contribute with my experience in order to continue growing as a company.” 

Jeff Fletcher (pictured left) has joined global entertainment company Live Nation Entertainment as a regional director of sales. Previously, Fletcher has been the vice president of ticket sales with Georgia Swarm Pro Lacrosse and the director of ticket sales at Major League Baseball (MBL) team Atlanta Braves. Fletcher also served as the ticketing manager at Atlanta Braves for six years between 2012 and 2018. 

He wrote on LinkedIn: “I am excited to announce that I will be joining Live Nation Entertainment as their new regional director of sales. I already feel very welcomed to the Live Nation family!

“I want to personally thank the Atlanta Braves for the many years I was able to work for them. They helped me grow my career, saw my family grow, and were a second family when I needed them most. It seems fitting being able to witness them as World Series Champions the same year my next chapter begins. 

“Even though it was a short time with the National Lacrosse League (NLL) I would like to wish all of the colleagues I met the very best on the upcoming season.” 

Dutch ticketing company CM.com has recently launched in the UK, and has appointed Paul Everett to the head of music and live at its new London offices. Everett was formerly the head of music at event management and ticketing company, Eventbrite. He will be joined by Jonny Patrickson as the senior partnerships manager, who was also previously with Eventbrite. Josh Pow will become the lead account manager and has former experience with Eventbrite, Live Nation and AMG.

Fiona Primavera and Sandra Crowley, both previously in roles at Eventbrite, will join as the partnerships manager and technical consultant, respectively.

AEG Special Event Venues has announced that Brooke Uris (pictured middle) has joined as the new director of special events at The Bowery Presents, with the two venues in Uris’ care being Webster Hall and Brooklyn Steel in New York. 

AEG SEV wrote on LinkedIn: “We are very excited to introduce Brooke Uris to the AEG SEV sales team!” 

Uris added: “So excited to be a part of the AEG Special Event Venues, The Bowery Presents team at these iconic venues.” 

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