Oliver Bengough

Oliver (Olly) Bengough is a British entrepreneur and media mogul. He is the founder of the entertainment company Mint Entertainment and the broadcasting channel Cinémoi.

Bengough started his first venture at age 23, transforming a rundown pub into "Lunasa", one of the most respected bars along King's Road.

In 2003, Bengough partnered with the electronic duo Groove Armada to create the outdoor festival “Lovebox” which now has over 50,000 attendees.

In 2004 Oliver started a multi-million pound refurbishment of ‘The Camden Palace’. The venue was renamed KOKO and opened it’s doors 18 months later. Today, KOKO is one of the premier live music venues in London, attracting a large array of international talent.

In 2009 Bengough founded Cinémoi, a global television network focusing on film, fashion and international style. Cinemoi was the first independent company to be awarded the coveted Cartier trophy for ‘Business Excellence’.