Health and fitness vlogger Carly Rowena has left her management company, Gleam Futures.
After being with Gleam since 2015, Carly announced today that she would be going independent, saying: “I’ve enjoyed my time working with Gleam and I’m very thankful for their support and we wish the team all the best.
“With the fitness and wellbeing industry constantly evolving, I’ve decided to fully immerse the business side of what I do online in-house with a core team of specialists.”
She looked forward to “an incredible year ahead”, including the launch of her second book , “exciting new international retreats”, and a new range of fitness merchandise alongside “loads of fun YouTube content”.
“I’m super excited to share the next chapter with everyone,” she added.
The decision to leave the talent agency follows a string of successes for Carly. Her first book, the self-published Get Gorgeous Guide, sold over 3,000 copies in its first week alone, and she continues to work with Women’s Health magazine and athletic apparel company Reebok.
Carly is one of several major talents to leave Gleam in recent months. Alfie Deyes took the same step in January, after Caspar Lee and Joe Sugg departed last year.
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