Last Updated on September 8, 2022
- Ryan Lange will be responsible for building strategic partnerships and attracting new business for the Web3 studio team.
- He has helped to launch major brand campaigns for Nike, Apple Music, Harmless Harvest, Carhartt and others.
- Looking Glass Labs has also completed the acquisition of 100% of Web 3.0 Holdings Corp.
Looking Glass Labs (LGL), a Web3 platform specialising in non-fungible token (NFT) architecture, immersive metaverse environments, play-to-earn tokenisation and virtual asset royalty streams, today announced the appointment of Ryan Lange as the Director of Partnership for its subsidiary, House of Kibaa.
Lange is a creative founder and entrepreneur known for his digital work. He has previously worked with artists including but not limited to Kanye West, U2 and Migos, and his worked has been featured on The Today Show, US Weekly, People Magazine, Dr. Oz, Forbes, and GQ.
With a background in art, music, and marketing, Lange has also helped to launch major brand campaigns for Nike, Apple Music, Harmless Harvest, Carhartt, and Home Depot as well as startups within the last four years.
In his new role, Lange will be responsible for identifying and seeking out strategic partners across existing HoK products and brands to further grow its ecosystem; and attracting new business for the Web3 Studio Team to further drive revenue for the organisation.
“Experienced and passionate leaders are rare – and we believe Ryan is one of them. Knowing how professional and knowledgeable he is, we believe that he’ll fit right in with the HoK team and the overall organization,” said Dorian Banks, Chief Executive Officer of LGL.
Further to the announcement of the new hire, LGL has also announced that it has completed the acquisition of 100% of Web 3.0 Holdings Corp, a technology company that is addressing Business to Consumer (B2C) and Business to Business (B2B) within Web3 environments.
Headquartered in Vancouver, LGL’s House of Kibaa (Hok) designs and curates a next generation metaverse for 3D assets, which allows functional art and collectibles to exist simultaneously across different NFT blockchain environments.
HoK has successfully released digital assets to include GenZeroes, the first NFT live-action sci-fi series. LGL is also collaborating with HoK to produce the 10-episode series.
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