Select Management Group is the leading independent management company representing top digital talent with massive online audiences. Focused on working with a core roster of talent, long-time clients include Gigi Gorgeous, MyLifeAsEva, Tess Christine, LaurDIY, among others.
SelectNext develops original, owned-and-operated business ventures and productions. SelectNext produced YouTube’s #1 short-form scripted series “How to Survive High School” (47M+ Total Views), along with the original single and music video for “Literally, My Life” (with 31M+ Total Views and #1 single on iTunes Comedy for 2015). SelectNext also produced its first feature-length film “This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous” which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, and a six episode order of the half hour comedy “Me and My Grandma” that premiered on YouTube Red in 2017.
In 2011, Scott founded Foreground, one of the first talent management and production companies focused on digital talent. Moving from Toronto to Los Angeles in 2014, the company became Select Management Group developing his broader vision. As an experienced talent manager with a fresh approach on managing talent in the digital age, he is always an advocate for the artist, he prides himself on working closely with his clients to develop and expand their careers while staying true to their core values.
Prior to joining Select in Jan 2015, Adam served as principal consultant and executive producer to Refinery29 and Nylon TV. Previously, as VP of Owned & Operated Properties for EQAL (acquired by EverydayHealth), Adam developed and ran more than 20 celebrity editorial websites in partnership with Bethenny Frankel, Nick Cannon, Lauren Conrad and produced the Google-funded Original Channel ‘u look haute’ featuring YouTube sensations Elle and Blair Fowler. Earlier in his career he worked on the digital teams at E! Entertainment and Style Network.
Amy represents top talent including Mindy McKnight, Brooklyn & Bailey, Charlie Xavier (WOLFIE), Sylvia Gani, Koleen Diaz, amongst others. She’s inked partnerships with brands spanning Burberry, AT&T, Forever21, Nintendo, Alaska Airlines, amongst numerous others. Prior to joining Select, Neben ran her talent management business under her own independent umbrella, Neben Management. Preceding to her foray into Talent Management, Neben spearheaded the growth of the lifestyle vertical within multimedia company and MCN, Studio 71 (formally The Collective), growing the roster from 0 to 200M monthly views in 18-months. In this position Neben was awarded by Cynopsis Media in their Top Women in Digital Awards.