Insider is seeking for nominations for our inaugural list of rising stars in influencer talent management
- Insider is seeking nominations for our inaugural list of rising stars managing influencers.
- Nominees must be 35 years old or younger, and work in influencer talent management.
Goldman Sachs analysts estimate that the creator economy is a $250 billion industry, and could reach $480 billion by 2027. As the creator ecosystem expands, the need for support as more influencers turn social media into their full-time careers, has grown.
We created a central database of the top power players in the business and who they represent. Now, we want to hear from you on who the rising stars of influencer talent management are, working on the day-to-day of crafting an influencer's digital brand.
Nominees must be 35 years of age or younger as of May 8, 2023. They must manage social-media influencers on platforms like YouTube, Instagram, or TikTok, and work for a talent management firm — not an agency.
Please submit your ideas through this Google Form, or below, by May 8.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Amanda Perelli at email@example.com. Insider will choose the talent managers based on our reporting, conversations with industry professionals, and nominations. We will notify the talent managers we include ahead of publication.