TEG continually invests in and /or finances creative and exciting arts, entertainment and new media projects. Current investments include television production company Axial Entertainment and nightclub The Box. TEG also supports a variety of progressive nonprofit entities with ties to the arts and entertainment worlds.

The Kristen Ann Carr Fund

TEG is also a long-time supporter of The Kristen Ann Carr Fund, which provides grants for cancer research and seeks to improve all aspects of a cancer patient’s life, with an emphasis on adolescents and young adults.

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Musicans On Call

Vivek J. Tiwary, TEG’s President and CEO, is a founder and active Board Member of Musicians On Call, a national non-profit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. MOC uses music to promote and complement the healing process for patients, families and caregivers. For more information and to find out how you can donate funds, volunteer or otherwise contribute, please visit MOC on the web at www.musiciansoncall.org.

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The Box

TEG is a strategic investor in The Box, an exclusive New York City-based nightclub, theatre, and fine-dining experience. For more information and to make reservations, please visit theboxnyc.com

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Axial Entertainment

Axial Entertainment is a full service television production and development company. Recent successes include Lifetime’s “How To Look Good Naked” hosted by Carson Kressley (“Queer Eye for the Straight Guy”), which earned Lifetime’s highest ratings of all time. “How To Look Good Naked” teaches women of all shapes and sizes how to go from self loathing to self loving, without resorting to interventions like extreme dieting or cosmetic surgery. The New York Times calls the show “the greatest triumph of cognitive therapy that reality television has ever produced,” and Oprah dedicated an entire episode of her talk show to it. Other Axial productions include The Style Network’s “How Do I Look” and MTV’s “Why Can’t I Be You?”