We met up with Kimber Jenkins of the influencer marketing agency StyleHaul during her most recent stay at San Francisco Proper and asked her 8 questions about her life and where she sees influencer marketing heading towards in the future. These are #ProperStories.
I am the Marketing Associate at StyleHaul, an influencer marketing agency.
My day starts at 5am, I go to my HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) class every morning, have a coffee, watch the Today Show and get ready for work. I am normally bustling at work all day with meetings and projects were working on. The normal day, is mostly consumed with my day to day at StyleHaul, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I see influencer marketing headed towards more elevated experiential activations. Creators are looking towards more and more unique, diverse experiences. They want and expect more, so brands are evolving and changing to accommodate the demand. It’s super exciting to see what everyone comes out with since everyone is trying to make a splash. Things are getting interesting!
Tumblr, to be honest. But Instagram because if I didn’t say that, does it even matter?
Through StyleHaul, we’ve created beach + winter “hauliday” experiences where we take creators on elaborate and inclusive vacations to premier destinations including Costa Rica, Lake Tahoe, and St. Thomas. These trips are amazing and breathtaking, the content we’ve seen produced from these experiences is unbelievable and makes the entire project a major success.
Order room service 🙂
Don’t forget to follow StyleHaul on Instagram and dive into their world of social creators and influencers.
Proper began as a feeling, not as an idea. The feeling was something akin to empathy; an acute awareness that despite the current proliferation of “boutique” and “lifestyle” hotels and residences, there were precious few properties designed for and around today’s global creative nomad. Many in our milieu share the same daunting challenge: staying fresh and focused,
energized and inspired—all whilst bouncing between London and Hollywood and Austin and San Francisco and Portland and back again. For them, intuitive service is a given. Mere table stakes. What they need and seek beyond accommodation, even at its most luxurious, is inspiration. From the elevated and often surprising interiors imagined by Kelly Wearstler. From the sense of immersion in, and connection to, the vibrancy of the local culture. From the highly curated amenities. From the inspired collaborations with the city’s best and most innovative chefs and mixologists. From the music and the art. From every detail, every interaction, every moment. This is only Proper. And no one else.