Boardmasters' founder Vision Nine receives £5m investment boost

James Hanley

Event operator Vision Nine plans to create new festivals, tours and shows after receiving £5 million in financing through the Government-backed Enterprise Investment Scheme.

Vision Nine founded and operates Newquay music, surf and skate festival Boardmasters and also owns the NASS and The Freeze festival events, as well as promoting theatrical productions and touring shows.

Its expansion is being led by MAMA Group co-founders Adam Driscoll and Philip Murphy, alongside Vision Nine Group directors Julian and Andrew Topham.

"This new ...

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