“I believe that the world’s advertising creative can be generated by the consumers its designed to engage,” says Jules Lund, founder of Tribe.
Social influencer startup Tribe has this week announced its launch into UK market, having secured a lineup of initial British clients.
A few months after announcing its intention to raise $5 million in fresh funding, social media influencer startup Tribe has officially closed its Series A, raising $5.35 million in a round led by Exto Partners.
In such a connected world, it has never been easier to be influential within an industry. Jules Lund talks about what his startup TRIBE views as being a social influencer in this day and age.
In September we announced that radio and tv personality Jules Lund was set to launch TRIBE, a micro-endorsement platform that connects brands with ‘everyday influencers’. The platform has now officially launched, and at a time where the conversation around brands and their relationships with social-influencers in Australia has never been stronger.
Media personality Jules Lund yesterday announced the official launch of his startup TRIBE via a podcast with Editor Alex Hayes from marketing publication Mumbrella. Set to launch this week, TRIBE is a micro-endorsement platform that connects brands with ‘everyday influencers.’ The startup has also announced a seed funding round of $750,000 from a group of unnamed strategic investors – reportedly heavy hitters from the Australian media space.