In teenage, living on your own terms is a fascinating concept, but in reality, as life happens, many people crumble down to living the life typically, like a clockwork and only a handful of them flourish, just like the young entrepreneur Kyle Treadwell, who excelled so well that he lives the fantasy of living life on his own terms. Born in Hermon, Maine in 1992, Kyle is the owner of the giant multi-media company called “Nova Wave”. Right from his childhood, Kyle showed entrepreneurial tendencies and had a keen interest in music. Boosting this interest was his mother, who regularly introduced him to top artists like Michael Jackson. Treadwell aimed to do something in the world of music as it was the only thing that had always motivated him to work hard in life.
During his time in (graduating in) marketing, he found his calling and dreamed of starting his own music label. At the Husson University, previously known as England School of Communication, Treadwell used to tell the staff that one day he would own a label, such was his confidence. People scoffed at him and teased him, but he was determined to achieve his target. He took it up as a challenge to silence the doubters and pushed himself to struggle in the gruelling music industry. Treadwell’s hard work and talent gave him an opportunity as he worked with Kahbang Music Film and Arts Festival. This initiated the realizing of his dream and in 2014 Kyle Treadwell started his own music label called Nova Wave records with Corey Ellis and Ian Matthew as his lead artists.
After the success, in 2015, Treadwell founded a multimedia company named Nova Wave wherein four departments were set up. This helped him immensely when he moved to Las Vegas in 2018 and met top managers like Steve Capo Newland and producer, Beat Billionaire among many others. He worked from behind the scenes on many campaigns and was about to release more music with top names before the pandemic struck.
Kyle Treadwell has shown a path to young entrepreneurs and realized the fantasy of living on your own terms.