When I started The Lost Project it was about taking back some semblance of control over how I worked and what was put into the market. Over time this expanded as more brands, PR agents and companies in the media came to the table, talking to us about sponsorship and offering representation for the beauty and lifestyle blog aspect of what is happening, (you know something is working when a New York agency reaches out to represent you). Looking at the stats it really is a Global phenomenon with nearly all continents now viewing my work on a regular basis.
Over a short amount of time I have built up something that has really taken hold and people are loving what we do and how we approach beauty and lifestyle blogging. In fact, the stats for the website back this up with hits coming with a wide range of locations, we have seen a real globalist appeal to what we do.
It is genuinely surprising to me how quickly this has taken off and what has been achieved since March of this year (2019) and the continued growth of the brand with a whole host of new projects are being planned for 2020 that will see us reaching outside the UK, it is gratifying that the hard work is paying off and The Lost Concept is taking root.
The audience is so wide-ranging from London to New York, South Asia, and the Middle East it truly is gratifying and I want to thank everyone who is reading and supporting this and promise that things will be getting bigger soon.