WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT FROM OTHERS
We are the first management for sustainable artists to consistently represent this philosophy! Both of us have been in front of the camera for years and know exactly what fun, but also what pressure this situation brings with it. We have founded our management, to pass on our expertise and experience to artists. It is our goal to support you as an equal partner on your way and your development.
THIS IS HOW WE WORK ON A DAILY BASIS
YilmazHummel is international, at least almost. Oğuz is located in Cologne, Felix in Berlin. Our artists in Berlin, Hamburg, Nuremberg and Vienna. We are organized in such a way that we can work from anywhere.
We'll let communication take place where you are. Therefore we communicate topic-specific and directly via Slack.
You can trust us, because we communicate in a way that you are always fully involved and in control of decisions and important information.
You don't have to and don't want to read every mail, that's what we are here for. Now you can focus on your content while we as management keep your back free.
After these 15 questions you want to know what we do differently!
THINGS WE CAN HELP YOU WITH
✓ Holistic support for your career
✓ Negotiating your strategic partnerships and cooperations
✓ Planning and implementation of projects such as own podcasts, book publications and events
✓ Positioning your brand as an artist
✓ Analysis and optimization of your social media platforms and your content
✓ Comprehensive and creative advice for your content
Currently we do not have the capacity to manage new artists, but you can contact us at any time without obligation, no matter what the subject is. Here you will find some questions and problems artists tend to have:
"Everyone asks where I see myself in 10 years, but where do I see myself in a year?"
"What's the best way to position myself?"
"I just don't have time for anything."
"I am dissatisfied with my management and require assistance."
"I dare not refuse requests."
"I want to do more good, but I don't know how."