Tribe Global announces Rising Stars programme

Tribe Global, the global network of independent communications agencies, has announced the launch of its new Rising Stars programme aimed at identifying and developing the next generation of talent to drive the agency network’s growth.

The Rising Stars programme will bring together a team of talented individuals from across the Tribe Global network, who will collaborate with the executive board to spearhead strategic and tactical priorities across marketing, education and training. They will also focus on the organisation of the TribeOpen 2023 Conference in New York, a flagship event of the agency network. This international dream team will work together to drive innovation and growth across the network, while helping to shape the future of the marketing industry.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Rising Stars programme, which is designed to identify and develop the next generation of talent within our network,” said David Balfour, co-founder of Lightblue and board member of Tribe Global. “We believe that by nurturing and empowering our rising stars, we can drive growth and innovation across our network and help to shape the future of the marketing industry.” David will be joined by Daniel Eischen, Elaine Miller and new chair James Rice as part of the taskforce to lead the team.

The programme will run for an initial period of 24 months, during which time the Rising Stars team will work closely with the executive board to drive a range of strategic and tactical initiatives. These will include the development of new marketing and business development strategies, the creation of new educational and training programs, and the implementation of new recruitment and retention initiatives.

“Tribe Global is committed to developing and nurturing the talent within our network, and the Rising Star programme is a key part of that commitment,” added Balfour. “We look forward to working with our rising stars to drive innovation, growth, and success across our network in the years to come.”