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It seems like everyone is writing about the Clubhouse craze these days. The audio social networking app has exploded in recent weeks with many notable public figures using the platform to share and learn. Our CEO Jean Case and several staff members use the platform to join these virtual gatherings, but how can everyday entrepreneurs and impact investors seize the excitement for learning and growth?

While there’s no secret formula, Inc. put together “The Entrepreneur's Guide to Clubhouse” with recommendations to cut through the noise, find the right conversations and network with both peers and industry leaders.

Reply to let us know if you’ve found the app useful on your entrepreneurial or investing journey!
Monday, March 1 at 3pm ET — Register to join Jean Case and Judy Samuelson in conversation on Stakeholder Capitalism and what businesses need to succeed in tomorrow's economic and social landscape!
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