Native Management is a full-service music and entertainment management company based in London. It specialises in managing creative artists, producers and songwriters, representing them across music, film, television, advertising and the media. 

The company's founder Sam Stubbings began his entertainment career as a musician himself, with jobs at Abbey Road and Metropolis Studios plus songwriter credits on Chase & Status's #1 album "Brand New Machine" and Groove Armada's Grammy Nominated "Black Light".

He then held senior management experience at Major and Indie Record Labels, TV Production Companies, Tech StartUps and Marketing/Creative/Digital Agencies in a career spanning 20 years. He left his position as Vice President of Artist Development at Warner Bros Records to set up Native in 2014. 

Sam was joined in 2016 by Harry Grove, who came from a marketing position at Parlophone Records. As well as assisting on management across the roster, Harry also specialises in brand relations and Native's partnerships with Elite Models and acting agency ITG.

The combination of skills, youth and broad experience at Native Management makes it uniquely able to represent artists in the modern entertainment economy.