7pm Management owned and run by music manager Seven Webster has launched the careers of numerous globally renowned hit artists across a spectrum of music ranging in style from DJs Sasha, Digweed & Carl Cox through to multi million selling singer songwriter Dido and hit producers StoneBridge and BT.

Seven along with business partner Steve Wolfe currently handle Worldwide management of Top 40 Rock act Skindred a band regularly described by Kerrang Magazine as "the best Live act in Britain". Winner of Kerrangs 2011 Devotion Award and Voted Best UK Live Act at the Golden God Awards by readers of Metal Hammer Magazine 2011.

7pm Management also recently took on Worldwide Management of The Qemists - A band Described by Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe as "The Future of Music, what the Prodigy hinted at". The Qemists have already gone to Number 1 in Japan (Non Domestic acts) where they are set to rock Fuji Rock Festival later this summer. Following past collaborations with the likes of Enter Shikari, Wiley & Mike Patton (Faith No More) the band are busy working on a much anticipated new album featuring a number of equally exciting collaborators. Watch this space.

Seven is also festival booker for the following music festivals Hard Rock Hell (Sponsored by Classic Rock Magazine), Hammerfest Festival (Metal Hammer Magazines Festival), HRH PROG (PROG magazines weekender), HRH AOR (AOR magazines weekender) & The Sci Fi Weekender (A long running Science Fiction Weekender).

Aside from the above activities Seven also regularly acts as a freelance marketing consultant handling bespoke marketing and awareness campaigns for a select number of clients that have included everyone from the likes of New Found Glory, DZ Deathrayz, Robbie Williams & Drive Thru Records through to government creative bodies such as Arts Queensland and Trade Queensland.

Seven also sits on the committee for the music Cancer charity the Sunflower Jam. The Charity set up by Jacky & Ian Paice (DeepPurple).

Seven has also acted as Music Supervisor on a number of feature films including the Dennis Hopper and Asia Agenta Studio Eight Film "The Keeper" and British Horror Movie "Gnaw" for Straightwire Productions.