Digital Brand Architects is keeping busy. The talent management firm, which counts dozens of top creators among its clients, has added six more notable names to its roster. Through their partnerships with DBA, Amanda Stanton, Hannah Cortez, Mariam Daud, Lauren Singer, Nidal Kabashi, and Batul Bazzi will seek new opportunities while maintaining their popular channels on platforms like TikTok and Instagram.
Some of the new signees fall into the categories where DBA is most active. Kabashi, a rising star on TikTok, will have a place on DBA’s long list of clients in the fashion and beauty spaces. Bazzi, a Lebanese creator known for her style, will fit into that group as well. Cortez, based in Ohio, combines a degree in cosmetology with passions for education and design.
By striking a deal with Daud, who goes by mxriyum on her social channels, DBA will continue its push into the internet food scene. The UTA-owned firm has worked with culinary influencers across multiple media, as evidenced by its 2019 deal with Food Network star Giada de Laurentiis.
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Speaking of TV, one of DBA’s new signees gained widespread attention thanks to her appearance on a long-running reality show. Stanton, who now has more than one million followers on Instagram, finished fourth on The Bachelor in 2016. A year later, she appeared on that show’s fun-loving offshoot, Bachelor in Paradise.
Finally, let’s discuss the new DBA clients who made names for themselves thanks to their work in activism. The management agency has not shied away from signing creators who hold strong political opinions, and this latest raft of signees is a continuation of that trend. Singer is the owner of Trash is for Tossers, which a DBA press release describes as a “zero-waste lifestyle shop.”
More information about DBA can be found via its website.