In business since 2000 and built around founder Mike Llewellyn’s experience delivering for the exacting demands of the live music market, it’s customer first at EFM Global. Always.

Committed to delivering projects wherever they need to go, top of a mountain in the Alps, a festival site in Australia or a NASA launchpad in French Guiana, EFM ships safely, securely and on time.

With a network of expertise in every corner of the world, EFM’s reputation has been built on meticulous planning for clients: modes of travel, time/cost efficiency, and sustainability; agreeing the best route and making it happen.

Behind the brand

There are different skills at work across EFM – from the warehouse to accounts to sales to project management and all points between – but a passion for live events, commitment, and the want to succeed are common to every role.

EFM’s efficiency, its reputation, is a product of the company’s capacity, connectivity and team spirit.

An international business with bases across the United States, the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Australia, EFM brings the best from its workforce through personal development and getting the work/life balance right.

With internal and external training available, and encouraged, in every department in all locations, a job at EFM is loaded with potential. There is a comprehensive development programme throughout the company for staff at all stages of their career.

Working at EFM Global

An equal opportunities employer, EFM has infrastructure – offices and warehouses – on the East and West coasts of the United States, in London, Brussels, Dubai, Riyadh and Sydney. At each location staff well-being is paramount.

EFM workplaces provide their teams with toast, tea, coffee, fresh fruit, and for most positions hybrid working is an option. 

There are different amenities country to country, state to state. In London, for example, benefits include: employee assistance programme (EAP), cycle-to-work scheme, private medical and eye care, and a fully equipped, free to use, gym – on-site

In the United States, 401K (US Pension), healthcare, dental, vision, life insurance and long-term disability insurance are among the spoils.


Yearly appraisals, regular one-to-ones with line management, regular team meetings. Directors are visible and engagement is good.