Oliver (Olly) Bengough is a British entrepreneur, investor, and media executive. He is the founder of the entertainment company Mint Entertainment and the broadcasting channel Cinémoi.
Under Mint Entertainment, Bengough owns a variety of venues across London, most notably KOKO. KOKO, formerly Camden Palace, is a live music venue that hosts a variety of top music acts, festivals, and events yearly. Bengough later expanded the KOKO brand to include KOKO TV, a TV production company for lifestyle music programming. The company’s first show KOKO POP has attracted guests including Justin Bieber, Usher, Taio Cruz, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
In 2003, Bengough partnered with the electronic duo Groove Armada to create the outdoor festival “Lovebox” which now has over 50,000 attendees. Bengough is also responsible for creating the “Latin Splash” festival which features over 100 artists from around the world.
In 2009 Bengough founded Cinémoi, a global television network focusing on film, fashion and international style. The channel produces original content including “Stars of the Silver Screen” a weekly series which features top actors including Clark Gable, Marlon Brando, and Humphrey Bogart. Cinémoi was the first independent company to be awarded the coveted Cartier trophy for ‘Business Excellence’.