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What is a Jambassador & Why Should You Become One?

News and blog News What is a Jambassador & Why Should You Become One?

Free lifetime membership to Jamma, access to gigs as a performer and as a spectator, and great networking opportunities: discover what our Jambassador programme could offer you. 

The music industry can be a tough gig; often juggling a nine-to-five job, studio time and live performances, amongst other things. And to top it all off, you have to dig into your own pockets to promote your music! This got us thinking about how we can support artists to find more time and spend less money getting heard - which is how our awesome Jamma website came into existence.

But Jamma is about more than our website: we also support artists through our Jambassador programme. By getting involved and becoming a Jambassador, you’ll have the opportunity to attend and perform at Jamma events and be one of the first to make the most of all the perks on offer - and you get free lifetime membership to Jamma.

What is a Jambassador?

A Jambassador is typically an artist or a music lover who believes in Jamma’s ethos and brand. They are responsible for a particular location - normally their local area - and their job is to check out live gigs with the aim of signing up artists and venues. This also helps them to grow their own network of local artists, bands, venues and brands, which is extremely beneficial if they are an artist themselves. 

Ultimately, the role of a Jambassador is simple: to spread the word of Jamma as we continue to build the brand and support the music industry. The more you share, the more we’ll reward you!

The roles and responsibilities of a Jambassador

Like what you hear? Get in touch with us at [email protected] and become one of our Jambassadors.

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