Community Manager in Amsterdam, Netherlands, He/him
i like cult-like brands
Jim Duivenvoorden aims to educate and push the creators and fans into Web3 to strengthen the positions of artists and their communities.
At 15 years old, I founded Infinity Records: a music label focused on releasing future house music. As Founder, I handled A&R, label and network partnerships, music promotion and distribution. While active, our 13 releases ranked in over 1 million plays on Soundcloud, 3 million views on YouTube, and 1.4 million streams on Spotify.
For a period of 6 months, I did an internship at ID&T. During my time, my work included creating content, building the community with incentives, event planning, and creative production for Valhalla Festival. The edition sold out to 21.000 visitors and turned out to be a great success.
After 2 years of passionately following developments in web3 and working in the creator economy and music industry, it was finally time to make the transition and use my community skills push web3 further by building communities for cutting-edge startups at Spartan Labs.
I was responsible for ensuring traffic acquisition for organic traffic to our SaaS product. My work included running the blog, newsletter, all social media channels, email automation, and much more. I joined when Fangage was a start-up ready for its first funding round and left after achieving the success of getting acquired by NASDAQ-listed TrillerVerz Corp.
As the first Community Manager for Sam Feldt and his Heartfeldt brand, I was responsible for creating and building the Heartfeldt Family Discord server, launching and organizing the Heartfeldt VIP memberships, content creation, newsletters, (online) events, contests, and much more.
Over the course of 5 years, I completed the International Music Management program and received my Bachelor of Arts.
Over the course of 6 weeks, I finished Growth Tribe's Digital Leadership course. It helped me get a better understanding of how anti-fragile, data-driven and fast-growth companies are built.