Community Design

Want to turn your passion into a full-time career but can’t have it become a ton of work?

 

Want to build a community that is so effective and engaging that people will want to pay for it?

How to Start A Tribe

Yes ... that was us too!

At Bizmerang, we've had a front row seat to dozens of community launches and have watched a proven pattern of success emerge.

 

From that pattern we've developed our own course called Community Design.

Community Design takes you through a step by step process on how to design, build and launch your own tribe. 

 

This can be based on anything such as networking for local businesses, regional trade bodies or support groups for sufferers of similar medical conditions.

How Does It Work?

  • One evening per week, for five weeks, you will join a live training session on Zoom (video conferencing on your laptop).

  • Each week you will have a number of basic tasks based on that week's learning.  These are 'real and cumulative' i.e. they are not just 'homework', you will actually be creating the essential building blocks of your own successful tribe.

  • Your trainer will be Guy Bucknall (a co-founder of Bizmerang) and he is always joined by a co-host who already has their own successful Circle up and running.

  • As a 'Community Design' student you will be invited to become a temporary member of our very own Circle Leaders Circle.  This is where our own Circle Hosts hang out to engage, support and help each other.  Not so long ago, they were all in exactly the same position as you are now ... so they know your journey and they genuinely want to help!

Our aim is for you to build a community that is so good that it practically runs itself.  In fact it will be so good that people will want to pay to be a member!

Next 'Community Design' Cohort starts in January 2019

(if we like you, it's FREE)

Are You Up For It?

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Apply To Join Community Design