Description

The Public Lab community is a place for entrepreneurs and creators looking to grow their audience through authenticity. Promoting a collaborative environment, Public Lab is where entrepreneurs join efforts to overcome their barriers together.

As a venture-backed startup founder, the creator discovered the power of building in public and decided to share his challenges with fellow founders. Then Public Lab exists to connect people together and to help makers gain confidence to stand out on the internet.

The community promotes authenticity and transparency as the strongest values for building bigger audiences successfully. By enrolling in their building in public course, you'll be able to discover how to highlight your profile and strengthen your voice on the internet.

You can subscribe to the newsletter for free to discover how other makers are building in public. To participate in the community and enroll in courses, there's a premium membership option valued at $99 per year or $33 monthly.

You'll meet founders and entrepreneurs looking for new collaboration and networking opportunities. It's a great group to share your challenges and gain confidence in a safe environment based on trust.

Details
  • Membership: Paid Community
  • Year Founded: 2021
  • Founders:

    Kevon Cheung

  • Online Group: Yes
  • Online Platform: Own Platform
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual
Benefits

Private community:
Meet entrepreneurs, creators, and developers to enhance your career in a collaborative environment. Be part of a supportive group to share your ups and downs, and exchange knowledge to overcome your struggles backed up by a community that gets you.

Events:
Attend live discussions on building in public and audience growth. Participate in expert AMA sessions, monthly writing workshops, and 1:1 meetups to enhance your career along with talented peers. These events are excellent to share and consolidate your learning, and to test your ideas surrounded by other builders.

Resources and discounts:
Receive timely discounts for products and courses in the community newsletter. Gain full access to guides, recorded workshops, and tactics to implement at work.

Price
  • Monthly Cost
    $33
  • Yearly Cost
    $99
Included in Free Version

Free membership includes a free newsletter subscription.

 

Requirements

No requirements.

Place
Meetings

Attend 1:1 meetups to engage with fellow entrepreneurs and learn proven strategies from experts.

Discover the tools you need to unlock better results and build fresh content based on authenticity.

Learning Events

Participate in workshops, AMAs, and expert talks to upskill your profile and learn how to engage with larger audiences. By hosting Q&A sessions with industry experts, the Public Lab Community ensures direct connection with talented founders and solopreneurs who would love to share their knowledge with you.

Networking Events

Members engage in an exclusive community restricted from premium users. You'll find a place to share your obstacles and grow along with a group of like-minded peers. As you'll be surrounded by like-minded entrepreneurs, the community is a great place to make new connections and learn from peers' careers.

By building a solid network of people working in complementary industries, you can leverage the community spirit to stay accountable and share your wins. Although building a product can be tough, sharing the struggles you're facing and helping others with their projects is a powerful way of learning collectively.

Content Library

Members gain access to a curated resource library with free guides, workshops, and tactics. Discover how to build in public with expert-led video series.

Courses/Cohorts

Public Lab offers a 30-days course to learn how to build an authentic voice for Twitter audiences' growth. Within the course, you'll be able to understand how the platform works to take advantage of it and build in public.

You can access the course by purchasing a $99 yearly membership.

Quote

"I love being part of this community. It's small with active members, everyone is so supportive and working on cool projects and it's filled with resources and programming." -Janet Yen

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