Pascual Egea will head the European regional headquarters for the company, which reps Maluma, Carlos Vives and Wisin.
Walter Kolm’s WK Entertainment will expand its global reach by opening an fice in Madrid, Billboard has learned. The Company’s first European fice, set to open Dec. 1, will be headed by Pascual Egea. A well-known tour promoter in Spain, Egea is charged with expanding WK’s global reach.
“We want to be sure that all the artists on our roster have the best global services and we want to be in a prime position to negotiate tours in Europe,” Kolm said in a statement, adding that the company is “already planning additional fice openings.”
The new Madrid fice will handle booking and marketing for artists represented by WK and 2PK, another management company in which Kolm is a partner. WK’s roster artists includes Carlos Vives, Maluma, Wisin and Silvestre Dangond. 2PK represents Bacilos and Charlie Zaa, among other artists.
WK was founded in 2013 by label boss turned manager Kolm, who came to management after an esteemed label career that included a term as president Universal Music Latino/Machete.