In today’s article, we will be interviewing LA’s very own Sophia Camille Collier. She is a renowned model and entrepreneur who has been making lots of noise lately with her marketing agency called “Social Flutter”. In each question we will be diving into Sophia’s past, present, and future of where she is headed.
What exactly do you do for a career?
I am a model and entrepreneur. I model for a variety of beauty and makeup brands in the U.S. I am currently the CEO / Co-Founder of Social Flutter, a marketing agency based in Los Angeles, CA which helps influencers and celebrities scale their brands and social media awareness.
What was the process for you to find what you wanted to do?
When I was growing up, my father was very entrepreneurial reading business books to me as a young child. My mother is very creative and had me try many different things from a young age which gave me a head start to what I’m doing now.
What does being a successful entrepreneur entail?
Lots of hard work but also good luck. My career has had it’s overnight successes but even those took years of preparation.
What is the most rewarding part of your job?
Being able to help artists, brands, and influencers grow on social media and helping them achieve their goals in order to make their dreams come true. Giving talented clients the exposure they deserve truly feels good.
What do you want your audience to know?
That all campaigns and growth are customs to our clients. We are always looking to work one-on-one with them to fulfill their needs. Social Flutter was created on the premise of growth. Being able to grow together collaboratively and helping individuals and brands get to the next level is what we stand for.
What is your greatest success so far?
Being able to help our clients and company growth over time. We’ve changed the lives of so many artists, models, and entrepreneurs and we’re going to continue that trend in 2021.
Where are you from?
Orange County, CA
What are some of the challenges you faced along the way?
One adversity I’ve had to face was being different than the majority of girls my age. Also, being
ambitious, young, and not taken seriously due to my age (started entrepreneurial endeavors since 10)
What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?
Grit, not giving up, not being afraid of hearing no. Part of my success came from continuing even when it got tough and believing in myself before others could see my vision. I like to think of it as betting on yourself and taking the nontraditional path.
Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
Building and owning multiple successful companies
Scaling influencers & brands, taking them to new heights
Growing my own personal brands & influence
Dropping products of value that solve everyday problems
Building in the entertainment, music, and beauty industries
What is some advice you would give to a young entrepreneur?
To try as many things as they can and see what they enjoy.
To not give up, fail fast, and learn from their mistakes.
Never give up and continue searching for the thing that drives and fulfills you.
Who is your biggest inspiration?
Sarah Blakely, CEO / Founder of Spanx she is a self-made female Billionaire and inspires women to pave their own path and feel confident in themselves and what they wear (Spanx)
Anything else your audience should know?
We’ve seen the power of force when moving collectively together. We hope to reach new heights with you as your team backing your success
Keep up with Sophia on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/sophiacamillecollier/
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