A lot may have heard of Sindikato from the bands that they manage or music videos/viral content they've produced. They have been successful in different fields, spreading their brand to become a creative force in the industry. We look into the three different branches of Sindikato.
Early this year, Sindikato decided to rebrand their video production arm to Sindikato Studios.
The business started in 2010 when a group of high school classmates decided to pursue their dream of creating videos. They started with music videos. (Fun fact: their first music video was for a band of their high school teacher called Narda.) From music videos, they started doing company AVPs, TV commercials and online videos. They have worked with many companies across different fields. (BDO, Coca-Cola, Google, Cebu Pacific, Globe to name a few)
Aside from creating advertising videos, Sindikato Studios also creates original content. They are currently developing more episodes for Riding in Cars with Girls and Manong Mario.
Next year, Sindikato Studios will be celebrating their 10th year in the industry.
Learn more about Sindikato Studios: www.sindikatostudios.com
Follow Sindikato Studios on Instagram: instagram.com/sindikatostudios
Sindikato started its management arm 2 years ago when co-founders, Enzo Valdez and Edzon Rapisora decided to merge their Artist Management business, Save The Day, with Sindikato. With the company's background of video production, they are able to help artists not just on the backend but also helping them on their creative endeavours.
The management currently has 9 artists in the roster including Callalily, Sud, Ben&Ben, Hulyo, Fern., Unit 406, Fighting River Blindness, Denova and Jensen Gomez.
Learn more about Sindikato Management: www.sindikatomanagement.com
Follow Sindikato Management on Instagram: instagram.com/sindikatomgmt
For 7 years, Sindikato has created music events across the metro. It was initially called Pinasikat which was changed to Tugtog three years ago. Last month, Sindikato decided to rebrand Tugtog to Sindikato Events.
Next month will be another gig at Route 196 titled //Dance with performances by SUD, The Metro Fantastic, Any Name’s Okay, Athalie and Ben Catley. The gig will be Doors open at 8pm!
Facebook event page: facebook.com/events/409250063200999/
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