SoundPace International: Taking Bangladeshi Fashion and Music to the Global Stage

In the world of public relations, a planned event is a stage where a business must perform. All players must understand that the performance is what will either produce a star or an understudy. Events provide an opportunity to highlight a company’s image, integrity, and reputation. Each actor needs to know their job, be on point, and hit their marks. Therefore, a good PR firm is worth its weight in gold and a benchmark of excellence and reliability.

Since the start of its journey, SoundPace International has excelled through delivering uniquely spectacular events. The core strength of the company is the efficiency and competency of its people. Over the years they have diligently managed Public Relations, Event Promotion, Festival Events, Fashion Events and Talent Booking all over the world. SoundPace International operates in a diverse number of areas within the entertainment industry across the globe.

SoundPace International was one of the PR companies that brought dance music to the mainstream in the US. Its role has been pivotal in bringing superstar DJs across into the spotlight in the US. Over the last decade, SoundPace International has become heavily involved with the fashion scene in New York which led to the birth of SoundPace Fashion.

From 2019, SoundPace Fashion has started introducing designers from Bangladesh and India in New York. Notably, designer Peal Hossain from Bangladesh took part in New York Fashion Week organised by SoundPace Fashion.

Omar Chowdhury, the founder of the SoundPace Empire has envisioned putting Bangladesh in the map for fashion and music. “I tend to take on the role of the director when working on an event. I take this job seriously because it is my job to ensure each attendee achieves the organisation’s goals and objectives. This often means managing, controlling, and influencing multiple aspects of the event. It requires coordination with all key players and open lines of communication. I have found that preparation and organisation are critical for success”, Omar Chowdhury adds.