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MultiTalentBank manages proven talent by matching service providers (talent) with service buyers (businesses).

How it works

-all merchants and talent are vetted by Talent Manager,
-all transactions are conducted manually,
-prices reflect talent price or booking price.

Talent categories:
Actor / Actress
Athlete / Sports
Instrumentalist / Musician
Singer / Vocalist

MultiTalentBank practices in the following states:

Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Remote-Virtual, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin

Talent Manager

Ricardo Santiago Soto, MBA
newtalent AT multitalentmanagement DOT com


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Q: What is a Talent Manager (i.e., artist manager, modeling manager, sports manager)? How can a Talent Manager help me with my career (i.e., endorsements, sponsorships)?

A: A talent manager, also known as an artist manager, modeling manager, or sports manager, is a professional who represents and guides the careers of artists, performers, and athletes. Talent managers play a crucial role in the professional development and success of their clients by handling various aspects of their careers, including contract negotiations, scheduling appearances and performances, managing travel arrangements, and providing legal and financial advice (Agents & Business Managers of Artists, Performers, & Athletes at My Next Move, n.d.).

Talent managers can help you with your career in several ways, including in the areas of endorsements and sponsorships. Here's how a talent manager can assist you in these specific aspects:

1. Endorsements and Sponsorships Management: Talent managers are responsible for managing relationships between their clients and brands or products. They can facilitate endorsement deals, where a public figure uses their reputation and influence to promote a brand or product. Additionally, talent managers can help secure sponsorships, where a brand provides support or resources to their client in exchange for exposure or promotion (Tamplin, 2023).

2. Building Strong Relationships: Talent managers need to build strong relationships to retain their clients. They discuss career plans, share a vision of possible career directions, and explain how their efforts will benefit the client. This can include identifying potential endorsement and sponsorship opportunities that align with the client's career goals and values (Agents & Business Managers of Artists, Performers, & Athletes at My Next Move, n.d.).

3. Negotiation and Legal Considerations: Talent managers handle contract negotiations and legal considerations related to endorsements and sponsorships. They ensure that the terms of the endorsement or sponsorship deal are favorable to their client and protect their client's interests (Tamplin, 2023).

4. Ethical Considerations and Challenges: Talent managers are mindful of ethical considerations and challenges related to endorsements and sponsorships, such as transparency and disclosure requirements, maintaining authenticity and credibility, and addressing potential negative backlash or controversies. They guide their clients through these considerations to ensure that their endorsement and sponsorship activities contribute positively to society and align with their values and ethics (Tamplin, 2023).

5. Identifying Opportunities: Talent managers keep informed of industry trends and deals, including potential endorsement and sponsorship opportunities. They use their knowledge and network to identify suitable endorsers or sponsorship opportunities that align with their client's career objectives and target audience (Agents & Business Managers of Artists, Performers, & Athletes at My Next Move, n.d.; Tamplin, 2023).

In summary, a talent manager can play a pivotal role in helping you navigate the complex landscape of endorsements and sponsorships by leveraging their expertise in negotiation, relationship-building, legal considerations, and ethical challenges. They can guide you in making strategic decisions that align with your career goals and values, ultimately contributing to your professional success.


Agents & business managers of artists, performers, & athletes at my next move. (n.d.).

Tamplin, T. (2023, May 31). Endorsement & Sponsorship Management | Finance Strategists. Finance Strategists.

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