MOXIE is a 360-degree talent management business based in the UK.
The global digital media company Studio71 has launched a new talent management enterprise which aims to support the UK’s bravest and most exciting creators from YouTube and the digital space, according to a recent press release.
MOXIE will help “connect creators to influential players in the industry” which they hope will allow their creators to expand their ideas and “build their empires while losing none of their authenticity”.
We are a boutique 360-management company founded by @Studio71UK, specialising in supporting the UK's bravest and most exciting creators from the YouTube and digital space.
See the Moxie talent roster here: https://t.co/IUPnxwcand
— Moxie (@storyofmoxie) January 12, 2019
Among some of the creators signed exclusively with the new management company is seven-piece parkour team Storror, Derry-based prankster, Adam Beales, family channel Dad V Girls, prankster Niko Omilana and lifestyle vloggers Yas and Hals.
James Stafford, Managing Director of the UK division of Studio71 has said, “The world doesn’t need any more photoshopped ‘influencers’ or plates of food.”
He also explained that Studio71 wanted to use MOXIE to “pursue diversity as a business model – assisting great creators to make lasting social content and then amplifying this through our work with brands and broadcasters.”
MOXIE and Studio71 are part of Red Arrow a German organisation which operates 20 production companies worldwide.
This follows numerous production announcements from Studio71 including an 18 part series for HISTORY UK starring YouTuber Alec Steele and the launch of several successful podcasts one these being F**ks Given fronted by Come Curious who is also now represented by MOXIE.
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