If you’ve been hanging out around the internet, you might have started hearing about the Clubhouse app in recent weeks. Although it launched in 2016, it has only picked up in popularity in the past several months after a surge in funding during 2020. As it continues to grow, it’s now emerging as a great opportunity for those in the wedding industry to connect with one another, particularly in this age of social distancing.
Now, it’s worth noting that Clubhouse is still in beta mode, so it’s always changing and there are some features that are not yet available, like closed-captioning (which the developers have confirmed will be part of a new update.) While it’s in beta, it is also invite-only, so you will need to know somebody who is already on Clubhouse to participate—at least until it is available to the general public. Full disclosure: They are still working out some bugs, but if you are able to access it ahead of the full launch, then it’s smart to take advantage of the early opportunity to get in.
S0, head on over to the Special Events website to read Renee Dalo's article, "A Guide to Clubhouse for Wedding Pros" to learn more about what Clubhouse is all about and how it can propel you towards your goals.