7 Cinematics, a production company that has won multiple Emmys, is relocating its headquarters, production and warehouse facilities from LA and Nashville to Greensboro. The company has taken space in the former Triad Stage building in downtown Greensboro and is finalizing construction for its offices, state-of-the-art editing suites and a high-end screening room for clients and artists. The company has also opened its new 6,000 sq ft logistics hub just minutes away from its downtown headquarters.

7 Cinematics produces concert films, live-music broadcasts and livestreams sent around the world. They have worked with artists including Red Hot Chili Peppers and KISS. The move will allow the company to centralize operations and maintain its nearby warehouse/logistics hub filled with production equipment.

“A permanent home in Greensboro gives our team more – more time to do what we do best, more creative freedom, more artistic merit and more lifestyle amenities at an affordable price,” said Adam Paul, founder and CEO of 7 Cinematics, he continued, “I’ve had the good fortune to work in cities like Nashville, Denver and Los Angeles and to travel around the world, but it is a dream come true to bring our growing business back home to North Carolina.”