Jeremy Holley is a co-founder of FlyteVu, a Nashville and Austin-based entertainment marketing agency founded in 2015 that connects brands to consumers through compelling storytelling, unparalleled experiences, and the power of pop culture.
In only four years, FlyteVu has experienced 1500% revenue growth and was named to Adweek’s 2019 Top 100 Fastest-Growing Agencies List with an impressive roster of clients including Bumble, Enterprise, Anheuser Busch, Victoria’s Secret PINK, Cracker Barrel, Norwegian Cruise Line, Drybar, Spotify, and many others.
FlyteVu is known for creating first-of-its-kind campaigns that give back to the community and/or help shape culture. FlyteVu’s campaigns have collectively earned multiple awards including three Gold and two Bronze Clio Awards, an Emmy Award, a GRAMMY Award, and Davey Awards.
Holley was recently recognized as one of Billboard’s Top Branding Power Players (2018 & 2019) and Nashville Power Players (2017, 2018 & 2019). Previously he was recognized as one of Billboard’s Top 40 Under 40 (2015), Billboard’s Top 30 Under 30 executives in the music and entertainment industry (2007), as well as one of “Billboard Twitter 140: Music-Industry Characters You Need To Follow” (2011 & 2012).
Holley was previously Sr. VP of Consumer & Interactive Marketing at Warner Music Nashville (WMN) and played a key role in building Warner Music’s multiple rights (360) business overseeing all aspects of creative, digital, and strategic marketing. He and his team created unprecedented partnerships and collaborations between artists, brands and digital platforms including Shazam, YouTube, Snapchat, and SoundCloud and created several award-winning videos including the 2013 ACA Male Music Video of the Year for Blake Shelton. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies such as Pepsi, Samsung, JC Penney, and artists like Sheryl Crow, Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes, Brett Eldredge, For King & Country, and Dwight Yoakam. Additionally, Holley launched WMN’s Strategic Partnerships division, brokering deals for Chris Janson / Pepsi, The Bible Tour (Mark Burnett), and Uber/CMA.