Headquartered in London but with offices and team members in Europe, Hong Kong and the United States, Public Pressure was originally launched in 2015 as an online community and magazine dedicated to giving a voice to emerging artists and labels.
1st Sep 2022
Public Pressure is a Web3 media company headquartered in London with offices around the world with an NFT marketplace that focuses on the interactions between music, culture and technology. It powers a fair and equitable, direct-to-fan strategy for creators, minus the production and distribution costs incurred in existing Web2 environments.
Public Pressure was originally launched in 2015 as an online community and magazine dedicated to giving a voice to emerging artists and labels.
The company’s four founders are:
CEO Giulia Maresca, a former Fashion Director at luxury brands including Emilio Pucci, Christian Louboutin, All Saints, Tod’s and Moncler;
President Sergio Mottola, the former Chairman and CEO of the Republic of San Marino Innovation Institute. Mottola led San Marino’s national blockchain strategy and legislative framework, working closely with institutional organisations, including the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Union, as well as diplomatic representatives;
Chief Creative Officer Francesca Versace, fashion designer who has collaborated with prestigious brands in Milan, London and Asia;
Chief Brand Officer Alfredo Violante, who was also the Founder of the Public Pressure Online Magazine. Violante has worked as an independent creative and consultant for 20th Century Fox, MediaCom, Sony and L’Oréal. He is also the owner of Supernova Records and a recording artist.
London United Kingdom
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