When an idea starts to brew it always helps when someone else believes in it, and you. It's our prerogative to surround ourselves with good people, the ones who say yes and inject enthusiasm and momentum into a plan.
As much as possible I self-fund my trips, over the years there are so many people, companies and organisations who have helped make my projects a success with their initiative, support and generosity.
FRIENDS AND PARTNERS
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Use these codes to feed some money back into my projects. I donate half of my time for free to SayYesMore and other positive causes. Your support help trickles down further than you can imagine.
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These are the coolest adult scooters that money can buy. I rode 1000 miles on one, so I know! 10% off with the code: sayyesmoreswifty
To give you an idea of the social media engagement from my journeys:
RANDOM TANDOM: Facebook engagement
17 DAYS IN MAY 2017
- Post reach: 102,611
- 56,010 video views
- 33,057 minutes of film watched
- Average views per daily film: 3,100
- Reactions to 61 posts (likes & comments): 42,709\
SCOOT JAPAN: FACEBOOK ENGAGEMENT
ONE MONTH, NOV/DEC 2016
- Total Views (of 30 films): 444,43
- Total Reach: 521,882
- Total engagement (Reaction/ Comment/ Share): 3,712 (2,939 / 613 / 164)
I really enjoy creating content to support a product, service or idea that makes a difference. I've worked with over 50 brands over the past ten years, including Apple, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Jawbone, Hammock Bliss, Keen Footwear, Aquapac, Powertraveller, Swifty Scooters, Inside Japan, Snow and Rock, Blacks and the West Sweden Tourist Board, producing professional images and films and words that are helpful for them as a brand, as well as being aligned with my mission(s).
Here are some examples of how I've worked with my sponsors and partners in the past.
- Here's a gear review for Blacks