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Maja Salvador launches own management company

Ysa Abad
Maja Salvador launches own management company

Maja Salvador launches her own management company

Photo taken from Maja Salvador's official Instagram account

'I think the best move for me now is to manage myself,' she says

Maja Salvador announced on Tuesday, March 16, that she’ll be managing her own career through her new talent agency, Crown Artist Management Inc.

Ako po ay sobrang excited sa bagong yugto ng aking career at makita kung saan ako nito dadalhin,” she said. (I’m excited to see where this new chapter in my career will take me.)

Sa aking pagpapatuloy dito sa industriya (As I continue on in this industry), I think the best move for me now is to manage myself.”

Salvador, who was a Star Magic artist since 2003, also thanked her former management in her announcement: “I’m forever grateful for all the love I’ve been given by my Star Magic family, and the opportunities I’ve been blessed with working with very talented people in the industry. Kung sino ako ngayon (Who I am today), I owe to them and ABS-CBN dahil sa kanilang pag gabay at pagtiwala sa aking kakayanan (because of their guidance and belief in my abilities).” 

The 32-year old actress also asked for public support on this new milestone in her career: “Sa malaking hakbang na ito with my own management company sana tuloy tuloy niyo pa din po akong suportahan in this new journey of mine trying to make other people’s dreams come true as well, tulad na lang ng pagtupad niyo ng sarili kong pangarap.” 

(This is a huge step for me, to make my own management company. I hope you still support me in this new journey of mine trying to make other people’s dreams come true as well.)

While working in ABS-CBN, Salvador was hailed as ASAP Natin ‘To’s “Dance Princess” and was known for her roles in Ina, Kapatid, Anak, The Legal Wife, Wildflower and The Killer Bride. In October 2020, Salvador moved to TV5 and became a host and performer on the now-defunct TV5 variety show Sunday Noontime Live. – Rappler.com