To preserve the integrity of our organisation, we do not engage in business activities which; in our
professional opinion and to our best knowledge, conflict with any of our current business dealings
including but not limited to current,
- • long and short term client contracts,
- • artist partner business relationships,
- • other supplier-partner business relationships,
and any other key-partnerships or active client contracts which we believe inhibits our ability or
clouds our best judgement in part or whole to deliver the services agreed upon.
We offer localised services with varying degrees of involvement depending on the project. For
instance, if a client requests our Event Division to produce a public or community event aimed at a
specific geographic catchment or audience-segment, we avoid offering similar projects/services to
another client targeting the same catchment/segment. However, when providing ancillary or artist
procurement services to a third-party event producer via our Entertainment Division, there's rarely
any conflict of interest.
At Primetime Entertainment & Events, we evaluate each new project on a case-by-case basis. If we
identify any potential conflicts of interest, we'll communicate them transparently to all parties
involved. We consider this to be a standard business practice that promotes fairness and ethical
If you have any concerns or questions about this policy, please reach out to our Managing Director,
Bernard Wilson, through our main contact page.