He started his career in entertainment running weekly events in the Midlands. The success of his events organising led him to organising some high-profile stadium tours for A-list international artists such as Sean Paul & Lionel Richie.
He founded his first marketing company called Rockstar in 2002. Bally purchased a nightclub and two bars in 2002. In 2007, a US owned company Tiger Telematics purchased Rockstar and incorporated the business into their team. Bally (Balbinder) opened the company’s first UK store and launched products to market. Bally was given the role of ‘Global Operations Director’ at Tiger Telamatics, leading major endorsement deals with high-profile celebrities such as Jenson Button and hip hop star Ludacris. He also secured major corporate deals with the likes of Microsoft. Rockstar were also commissioned with helping companies with artist sponsorship and endorsement of products. At Rockstar, Bally organised a series of high-profile events for The Queen’s Jubilee.
In 2009, Bally moved to the USA Los Angeles to work once again at Tiger Telematics. In 2010, he founded a new company called ‘The Richlist Group’ a high-profile concierge and events business. ‘The Richlist Group’ acquired thirty two holiday rental properties around the globe. ‘The Richlist Group’ hosted high-profile events in Monaco, Dubai and Los Angeles, London and Sweden developing a large client base from around the globe.
Bally has developed events such as DJ Tiesto and DJ Snake at the Dubai World Trade Center and global performances by David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia, Axwell Ingrosso, Akon, Steve Angello and Trey Songz. Bally has also helped organised the Abu Dhabi Formula 1.
In the summer 2017, Bally Singh is opening Blanco Beach Club in Portugal. With a top of the line Mediterranean fusion restaurant offering a mix of fresh seafood and sushi and an open-air nightclub open until late, Blanco Beach Club will also host some of Ibiza’s top DJ’s.
This article "Balbinder Singh" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical. Articles copied from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be seen on the Draft Namespace of Wikipedia and not main one.