Jon Gosier is an Executive Producer and Financier of Film and TV who develops and co-finances media projects. He is the founder of FilmHedge, a fintech company providing financing of up to $25 million per Film or TV productions.

Before his work in film, Jon spent ten years in venture capital and tech. His 2014 TED Talk about ethical innovation has been viewed millions of times.

Jon is the Founder and former CEO of Audigent, recently named one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the country by INC5000 and Deloitte. He was named one of ‘the new faces of Black Leadership’ by TIME Magazine in 2015

He is the author of the thrilling memoir CODE SWITCH, out now on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and elsewhere. 

Code Switch by Jon Gosier

Gosier Holdings is his holding company and the parent company of Southbox Entertainment and Southbox Capital


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Jon Gosier is the founder of ‘one of the fastest growing tech companies in the country (2022)’ and ‘one of the most Influential African-Americans in tech (2015)’ according the Inc5000 and Busines Insider respectively. 

He is an Executive Producer in Film and TV who develops and co-finances media projects. He is the founder of FilmHedge ($100M AUM) and Southbox Capital ($40M AUM). Previously, he founded companies Audigent, MetaLayer and Appfrica.

He is focused on creating new financial models in the entertainment industry. His last company, Audigent, provided artists like Camila Cabello, Eminem, Post Malone, Blake Shelton, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Shakira, Rihanna, Jay-Z, and other entertainers with new ways of understanding audience data. Audigent partners past and present, include Raised in Space, Warner Music, Broadscale, Spotify, Tidal, and Nielsen.

Prior to his work in film, Jon spent ten years in venture capital and tech. He is an author who has written for Harper Collins Publishing and gave a popular 2014 TED Talk.

Earlier in his career he was best known for working in crisis-response and counter-intelligence in East Africa. While living in Uganda co-founded various organizations in Africa, including a network of tech innovation hubs that now reaches 90+ cities across the continent.

He also founded Appfrica (and co-founded related African entrepreneurial orgs AfriLabs and HiveColab). Appfrica was a tech consultancy that serviced the continent and that went on to stimulate over $100M in economic activity by creating jobs and deploying capital. Was a former Director at Ushahidi, which is estimated to have reached more than 25 million people with its open source data platforms. His work in these areas was lauded by The White House in 2010, 2012, and 2013.

Alum of Savannah College of Art and Design and the THNK School of Creative Leadership and Innovation. Guest lecturer and presenter at Yale, Harvard, Princeton, MIT, Lund University in Sweden, NYU, Rollins College, Wharton, Temple, Drexel, U Penn and more.