Brian "BO$$" Cohen Founder and Owner of Nightlife Empire is the Creative Visionary behind the Company. Cohen first gained considerable recognition as a trend setter in the New York Nightlife Scene back in the early 21st Century. With successful projects such as Ohm, Saci, Cream, Exit, Webster Hall, Club Deep, Elevate, Key Club, J Sprats, Coco's, Beach Bar and others.
Having created a recognizable brand name, Cohen moved to South Florida in 2003 and created a household name for himself all over the State with projects such as Surf Club, Boss Hogs, Matrix & Metropolis, D Tour, Carnival & Circus Bar, Club Boca, Club Heat and other Nightlife ventures. Cohen was also the creator of NY Ego Fashion Line.
Looking to expand into a Nightlife Empire, Cohen migrated West to Las Vegas in 2007, stamping his brand on West Coast projects such as Apartment 24, Six Ultra Lounge, Voo Doo, Blonde Martini, Sapphire Pool & Day Club, Little Darlings, 1923 Bourbon & Burlesque and other projects, while still running multiple Venues in Florida, New York & DC such as Midtown 1015, Hudson Terrace, Posh Ultra Lounge, Tru Ultra Lounge, Baja Beach Club, Solid Gold & others.
Over the last 2 decades Brian "BO$$" Cohen has arguably positioned himself as one of the most powerful and influential people in the Nightlife Industry. He has Owned Nightclubs, as well as Managed, Marketed, and Consulted for over 300 Nightclubs in over 40 North American Cities.
Brian has written for Nightclub & Bar Magazine, Rescue My Bar and Nightclub Hall of Fame. He also has spoken annually at the Nightclub & Bar Trade show & Convention as well as Formula Win Adult Expo at Mandalay Bay. In 2014 Brian has been voted Top 100 Most Successful Businessmen in Las Vegas by My Vegas Magazine.
Cohen currently resides in Beverly Hills, California and Nightlife Empire is already the #1 Nightlife Company in Los Angeles with multiple diverse venues. In 2017 Nightlife Empire threw parties to Thousands of College kids in Panama City Beach, Florida for Spring Break and hosted Kaaboo Music Festival which hosted 125,000 party people in San Diego.