Industry Vet Nick Terzo Joins Madison House As VP/Business Development/Ops
March 1, 2016 at 11:24 AM (PT)
Veteran music executive NICK TERZO has joined BOULDER, CO-based international artist booking agency and management firm MADISON HOUSE as the company's VP/Business Development & Operations. In his new role, TERZO will oversee all areas of the business, including finance and operations, and provide strategy in identifying new opportunities for MADISON HOUSE in regards to satellite offices, acquisitions, technologies, and brand opportunities for roster clients.
Commented MADISION HOUSE Co-Founder NADIA PRESCHER: "My partners and I are thrilled to have someone like NICK in this critical role of expanding the MADISON HOUSE brand into new business lines and unique growth opportunities. His extensive experience, varied skill set and vast network will certainly also contribute to our expansion in both the agency and artist management realms."
TERZO, a seasoned senior executive in music, technology and brand integration, brings decades of multi-industry experience to his new post, including executive roles at THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY, SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT GROUP and WARNER MUSIC GROUP, where he managed A&R departments and signed influential artists such as ALICE IN CHAINS and TOAD THE WET SPROCKET. In late 2002, TERZO transitioned into technology and business development, where he specialized in the creation and execution of brand integration and technology solutions for FORTUNE 500 brands, including COCA-COLA and HONDA.
He serves as a mentor for the THIEL FOUNDATION, BOOMTOWN ACCELERATOR and DREAMIT VENTURES, an advisor to many startup ventures, and has been a member of the SXSW INTERACTIVE PROGRAMMING BOARD since 2012.
Commented TERZO: "I am very excited to join MADISONHOUSE. I have enormous respect for the business NADIA, JEREMY, JESSE and JAKE have created. The ability to continue to learn from and be exposed to creative entrepreneurs as the MADISON HOUSE team will provide unique opportunities for exciting growth."