United Venues is managed by Michael Brill. He has been involved in the live entertainment industry for over 25 years and has worked internationally in the business development of new and existing venues. As Senior Vice President of New Business Development at SMG, he was responsible for advising, developing, and overseeing operations of existing and new facilities in Central and Eastern Europe as well as the Middle East. SMG is the world leader in venue management, operating over 230 arenas, theaters, stadiums, and convention centers, with more than 46,000 employees around the globe. Since 2017 Michael is CEO of Germany's largest operator of live entertainment venues, "D.Live - Venues of Düsseldorf". After a fundamental reorganization of the company, D.Live is currently owning and operating 5 venues as diverse as the Open-Air Movie Theatre up to the Merkur Spiel-Arena with a 54.000 seat capacity. Also Michael is in charge for the management of Germany's largest Agency for the production of major sport events, "Sportstadt Düsseldorf - by D.Live".

Michael has played a key role in developing over 186 sporting and event venues. He contributed to the planning, construction, pre-opening, and/or operating phases of the Singapore Sports Hub, Dubai Palladium, Stadium Wroclaw, International Conference Centre in Katowice, Ora Arena in Istanbul, First Direct Arena in Leeds, and Qatar National Convention Centre, to name a few. He has also been involved in reorganizing numerous live entertainment companies and has been a driving force in improving the professional management of public venues in Europe.

Michael was the first Managing Director of a privately managed and operated arena in Germany. Under his leadership, the König-Pilsener-ARENA in Oberhausen has grown into one of the most successful facilities in the country. In the first half of 2016, Pollstar ranked it 4th in Germany and 38th among the world´s most prominent international venues. No other arena in Germany has been so economically prosperous over a period of 20 years.

Michael was responsible for the operation of such venues as Freilichtbühne Loreley (Loreley Open-Air Theatre; St. Goarshausen, Germany), Stadium Wroclaw (Wroclaw, Poland), Theatro Centro (Oberhausen, Germany), the Science Center Odysseum (Cologne, Germany), Merkur Spiel-Arena Stadium (Düsseldorf), ISS Dome (Düsseldorf) and has worked at iconic entertainment destinations such as Madison Square Garden.

In his career, Michael has been involved in the production of over 2,000 shows and events, attended by up to 80,000 visitors, including the Commonwealth Games (2002), the World Games (2005), the European Soccer Championship (2012), and the Grand Opening of Stadium Wroclaw in Poland.

He has worked with well-known artists, including Take That, George Michael, Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko, Depeche Mode, Beyoncé, Rihanna, and many more.