|By Marketwired .||
|July 9, 2014 10:34 AM EDT||
VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - July 09, 2014) - Wanderlust Management (W/M), Canada's first and only agency dedicated to online influencers, launched today. W/M represents top Canadian bloggers and social media notables, creating relationships and collaborations with brands on their behalf.
With the rise of the blogger and impact of social media, brands are looking to online identities to promote their products and services in unique ways. W/M manages brand partnerships from start to finish so their clients can focus on perfecting their craft, producing top quality content and connecting with their loyal fans and followers daily.
"There are so many talented personalities in Canada that are influencing trends and spending habits across the country and abroad. It is time they got the attention they deserve," says Jessica Thomas Cooke, Director of Talent/Founder. "From endorsements to product placement to sponsored posts and appearances, Wanderlust Management partners online talent with brands they love in an integrated and collaborative manner."
This group of influencers have a combined reach in the hundreds of thousands. The conversations they engage in with their fans cover fashion, lifestyle, beauty, parenting, interior design and food, to name a few.
About Wanderlust Management
Wanderlust Management is the first to market agency for online personalities in Canada. It all started when Jessica Thomas Cooke moved from Australia to her hometown Vancouver. Jessica quickly realized the strong online community in Canada and the need for online talent management. With 7 years of PR, events and film/television casting experience, Jessica has joined forces with her social media savvy sister, Jaylee Thomas Nickel, and Hilary Chan-Kent, past Chief Brand Officer of Blo Blow Dry Bar, to help brands reach their target audience through top online influencers. For more information please visit wanderlustmgt.com.
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