How A New App, Clubhouse, Can Change The Conversations Around Money

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Everyone who is tech-savvy with an entrepreneurial spirit is on Clubhouse, that is, if you are able to get your hands on an invite. This app which has now taken on a multifaceted functional character is still in beta mode but appears to be working at what feels like full capacity. At any given time, it houses a multitude of Clubhouse room discussions with topics ranging from pop culture, astrology to finance.


Think of Clubhouse as a live interactive podcast meet online learning platform meet virtual conference forum. The Clubhouse app, unlike other platforms, has the rare quality of allowing for nuanced discussions, robust engagement, and meaningful exchange amongst people scattered all over the world.

In addition to this, from its inception, it has had big names like Oprah Winfrey, Jared Leto, and Ashton Kutcher associated with it, which has given it a high-profile reputation. Well sought-after CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg have even chimed in on a Clubhouse talk show called The Good Time moderated by Sriram Krishnan and Aarthi Ramamurthy, both of whom were formerly at Facebook.

Direct Investors and Executives Opportunity

Sharing wise budget ideas with friends and family would typically mean staying on top of the offers regularly available from weekly ads, like the current Ultra Beauty 21 day make-up and personal care specials.  However, Clubhouse levels up your financial education by bringing you experts with years of experience and the success to show for it.

If the appearance of Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk is anything to go by, it shows that Clubhouse offers its users a real chance at learning from experienced people in the business of tech, investment, and wealth creation.

The availability of these sorts of rooms for financial discussions and advice are also quite dynamic. This is evidenced by the variety of rooms moderated on Clubhouse which include pitch-style engagement forums attended by venture capitalists and important angel investors.

You will also find horizontal style networking forums where people from the same industry, at similar levels and phases of their professional careers are galvanized into a virtual room sharing some of the financial secrets that have allowed them to afford the lifestyles they desire and saved them from debt.

Promotion, Collaboration and Financial Community

Clubhouse has also become another social media platform where Millennials and GenZs can promote their careers and monetize their online presence. Because Clubhouse lends itself to a plethora of interaction styles, there is no limit to what can be done or talked about.

For example, brands and independent clients have begun to join Clubhouse rooms looking to partner with creatives given the ease of finding discussion rooms based on the subject name of the room. Photographer, Stephanie Croninshared her experience using the app having nothing but glowing remarks to offer about it.

“It is all so new but I think it has super potential as the listeners are invested with their time and will want to make worthwhile connections and do business with the person behind the [app] through authentic conversations”, said Cronin.

Within her first two weeks of joining Clubhouse, she was headhunted and paid to collaborate on projects centered around women in business, photography courses, and personal brand development.

We have not seen anything quite like Clubhouse, a platform that can be compared to LinkedIn, Twitter, Zoom with a Coursera feel to it, all wrapped in one. Young people using the platform are thoroughly captivated by it and appear to have so far benefited from it, financially and in other useful ways.

Ludicrous is the fact that it is presently still in beta mode yet delivering such impressive avenues and opportunities for communication, education, and collaboration.