The beauty YouTuber was the winner of the first season of James Charles’ Instant Influencer.
TubeFilter is reporting that Ashley Strong – who is better known online as StrashMe – has signed with Slash Management, a “talent management firm representing multi-hyphenate artists with digital audiences”.
Speaking with TubeFilter, Slash Management’s Co-Founder, Jake Webb, shared that he’d been following Ashley’s channel for two years, but “was waiting for her artistry and platform to develop before officially on-boarding her to take things to the next level”.
The company helped Ashley enter Instant Influencer, a YouTube Originals reality competition hosted by James Charles, where she was chosen as one of six contestants.
She would ultimately win the competition, securing $50,000, the opportunity to collaborate with James on his channel, and a $10,000 lighting and videography package.
After Ashley’s win, Slash now manages her exclusively, with Chelsea Durgin acting as her manager. The company now aims to focus on helping her grow quicker as a creator.