According to an Instagram post, Sheila Saltoft, popularly known as Salta, did not reveal how much Guinness Uganda is paying for the new job.
Sheila Saltoft, one of the most recognizable faces on TV, has landed a new role for a brand influencer with Guinness Uganda.
- Sheila Saltoft is 28 years old and was born in 1992, in Denmark.
- Salta moved to Uganda in 2002 at the age of 10.
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She took to Instagram, where she shared the amazing news with her 41K followers. She posted; Signed and Stamped. Ladies and Gentlemen allow me to introduce you to the new brand influencer for @guinness_ug #ASMOOTHLIFE
According to an Instagram post, Sheila Saltoft did not reveal how much Guinness Uganda is paying for the new job. The news comes at a time when Salta is making 9 months since joining NBS KatchUp in January 2020.
She has also served as a brand ambassador for several major brands, executing her role with elegance. This includes Ugify as a brand ambassador.
Sheila Saltoft is 28 years old and was born on September 29, 1992, in Denmark. Salta moved to Uganda in 2002 at the age of 10.
She attended Taibah International School from Year 3 to Year 11 (2002-2010) before joining Kabojja International School in 2011 and 2012 in her 12th and 13th years.
Saltoft had no plans to work in the media, “I wanted to be a lawyer. I think fate had other plans for me. “
What is a brand influencer?
A brand influencer is an individual who enhances his / her social media strengths to engage and connect audiences and brands with confidence – that is, a social media influence partners with a brand to create advertised content.
In today’s consumer-driven landscape, it is very common for advertisers to tap brand influencers to achieve marketing objectives.
In the age of social media, consumers are not only at the mercy of blatant, unnatural and dubious advertising. Instead, consumers have taken to social media to build broader networks of peers they trust, value and share. Brands dictate what they are in the eyes of the consumer, and consumers now define brands.