Attila Toth-Bathori on Changing People’s Experience with Coffee

Attila Toth-Bathori on Changing People’s Experience with Coffee and Entertainment

There’s no motivation and hunger for prosperity as sharp and durable as Attila’s.

Attila Toth-Bathori is a Hungarian American business management and marketing professional. Born and raised in Hungary, he first built his business in Europe, where he worked for years with reputable names in the entertainment industry.

Six years ago, Attila made a bold move. He decided to drop everything he had in Europe to move to the United States, where he followed and oversaw one of his flagship artists’ growth. However, despite all the success they gained together, Attila’s artist made the shocking choice of quitting stardom altogether. Through that decision alone, Attila lost his most exceptional project and suffered significant financial ruin, losing everything he had built for himself and others. 

From sleeping in his car to doing rideshares for a living, Attila still hadn’t lost his drive and motivation to succeed and take back all that he lost. Attila dedicated all his time, energy, and resources to rebuild his company and achieve prosperity in a new territory and state, Los Angeles, California.

All his efforts paid off because, in less than five years, he successfully created one of the most excellent entertainment marketing and consulting companies named StarrLive Entertainment. They are a US-based indie record label and booking agent for shows and festivals, offering full-service management for aspiring artists. As the CEO, Attila is heavily involved with the day-to-day operations, banking, marketing, and networking, where he serves celebrity clients.

Attila’s hard work and expertise in the industry led him to crossing paths and contributing in some form to the success of chart-topping artists throughout the years.

The entertainment industry has since slowed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Attila remained determined in pursuing his dreams. 

The world is slowly shifting to a new normal, and society’s habits have to change as well gradually. Gone are the days of mingling and socializing outside with the rest of a tight-knit community, sharing music, drinks, and company on the weekends to avoid the quick spread of the virus. People are reluctant to get out of their homes and resume their regular routines, like getting their usual coffee fix.

While almost everything on the internet now has its own types of subscriptions, why not have one for coffee?

Joining forces with one of his friends, Mukund Komanduri, an Indian American music producer and entrepreneur, they formed a new company called Mocha Tribe. The new company will set the industry standard for the new generation of innovative startups, highlighting Attila’s and Mukund’s passion and experience in the entertainment industry. They will be presenting a modern twist, where customers will be able to have a personalized subscription box of either regular or CBD coffee delivered to their doorsteps to be part of a digital tribe community. As they enjoy their coffee, they can also enjoy fresh content through social media channels, with weekly invitations to Tribe Sessions filled with emerging singer-songwriters, comedians, and more.

The company is still fresh, and they are looking for support from potential investors or new clients. One thing is for sure: they have created a breakthrough that will change people’s experience in coffee and entertainment forever.

For more information, visit their website to get in touch with Attila, and follow him on LinkedIn and Instagram to personally connect.



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