Promoter may refer to:
- Promoter (entertainment), one who makes arrangements for events
- Tour promoter, individuals or companies responsible for organizing a live concert tour or special event performance
- Corporate promoter, an entity who takes active steps in the formation, organization, or financing of a corporation
- Promoter (genetics), a regulatory region of DNA usually located upstream of a gene, providing a control point for regulated gene transcription
- Promoter (catalysis), an accelerator of a catalyst, though not a catalyst itself
- Promoter (role variant), one of the sixteen personality types of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter
- Promoter (Catholic church), an office of the Catholic Church such as Promoter of the Laity, Promoter of Peace and Justice, or Promoter of the Faith (also known as the Devil's advocate)
- Promotor (Dutch-Belgian academia), a full professor of a Dutch or Flanders university who formally promotes a PhD candidate to doctor, and is (formally) the principal supervisor during the doctoral research.
Other articles related to "promoter, promoters":
... Fearon (born December 20, 1973, London, England) is a boxing promoter and media personality ... Fearon is the manager and promoter of, amongst others, British light-welterweight champion Darren Hamilton, Prizefighter welterweight champion Larry Ekundayo and southern area light-middleweight champion Nathan ... under the nickname 'The Spirit', he became the youngest ever black promoter in Britain, when promoting his first bill on October 9, 2007 ...
... the Television Trophy for the best host broadcaster, the Race Promoter's Trophy for the best race promoter and the ASN Trophy (also called Bernie ... The Race Promoter's for race promoters was first awarded in 1975 ... In 2007 only the Race Promoter's and ASN Trophies were awarded, leaving the TV Trophy out ...
... Pratt became co-promoter at the Rye House Rockets with former boss Len Silver in 1979 ... spent a season as team manager at King's Lynn Stars before becoming promoter at Cradley Heath in 1984 ... He stayed at Cradley until 1996 where he became co-promoter of the ill-fated London Lions, based at the Hawks' previous stadium, Hackney Wick ...
... Hasdell's events were also criticised on Trevor McDonald's Tonight programme on 22 July 1999 ... During this time Hasdell featured on Nightlife LWT and other News programmes ...
Famous quotes containing the word promoter:
“What every artist should try to prevent is the car, in which is our civilized life, plunging over the side of the precipicethe exhibitionist extremist promoter driving the whole bag of tricks into a nihilistic nothingness or zero.”
—Wyndham Lewis (18821957)