, the Dutch creative studio with offices in Amsterdam and New York, has partnered with Little Black Book to sponsor the Uprising Channel.
LBB has always championed up and coming talent, which is why it recently introduced Uprising, a new channel that will not only focus on the up and coming rising stars of the industry, but will celebrate the junior-to-mid level talent from creative, production, post, media, tech, strategy and experience.
The partnership sees Ambassadors supporting the Uprising Channel of Little Black Book and showcasing the very best talent in the ad industry. The Uprising channel gives a voice to important talent in the industry who often don't get the opportunity to share their thoughts and opinions, as this is something often reserved elsewhere for c-suite executives only. Ambassadors’s support means that the industry’s top talent will have an even louder voice on LBB’s global platform.
Halbo van der Klaauw, founding partner at Ambassadors, commented: “We’re big believers in mixing old-school expertise with best-in-class new talent to come up with unexpected ideas, so we’re excited to take this further by helping LBB highlight the fresh perspectives of uprising talent. Look forward to hearing what they have to say.”
Matt Cooper, CEO, Little Black Book, added: “We are thrilled to have Ambassadors onboard as partners. Working together, we can truly celebrate the amazing talent in the creative industry all year round. We want to celebrate people of all levels of experience and give them the deserved recognition. Our work with Ambassadors on the Uprising channel will allow us to do so and also to work with agencies, associations, brands, production and post production companies to showcase the great talent to a global and local audience and we want to thank Ambassadors for helping us do so.”
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