The MN2S CEO and co-founder was profiled in the Evening Standard as part of their Entrepreneurs series.
Sharron Elkabas has been featured in London's Evening Standard, a newspaper with a daily reach of over 1.4 million. As part of a long-running series that profiles entrepreneurs from across the business world, the Standard interviewed the MN2S CEO, sharing with their readers the story of how MN2S transformed from club night, to DJ agency, to a multi-faceted and global agency booking DJs, live acts, celebrities, actors, sportspersons and more across 125 countries, while offering services in PR, social media, label management and distribution.
"Over two decades Elkabas has turned MN2S from an offshoot of his club night Milk’n’2 Sugars to an agency booking jobs across 125 countries."Evening Standard
The Standard quizzed Sharron on the company's history, his business idols, and the highs and lows of working in the music industry, informing readers about the recent opening of our Miami office and the diverse nature of our roster: "one of the few independent London talent agencies, MN2S’s roster is deliberately diverse."
"This desire to be helpful has seen the group push into a string of new areas to satisfy clients’ needs including PR, social media management, events for brands and digital distribution for up to 300 record labels."Evening Standard