After expanding its Creator First program to India, Clubhouse has announced the program’s expansion in Brazil.
During a surprise Town Hall meeting earlier this week, Clubhouse announced the expansion of its Creator First program in Brazil. This news comes after the recent unveiling of the app’s new icon, which features Brazilian afro content creator Dandara Pagu.
Clubhouse has seen significant growth in Brazil, with its community adding more than 8 million new members in the last few weeks. It also sees over 400k rooms created daily in the country.
The expansion of the Clubhouse Creator First Program in Brazil follows the launch in the US (announced in March), and recent expansion to India.
Clubhouse’s Creator First program supports creators with funding, tools, and resources to help them create content on the platform. The program’s pilot season lineup was announced in May, and the first cohort has started to create its content.
Since the program expanded to India, it has attracted a huge number of applications, and this is also expected to happen in Brazil after the latest announcement.
“As we love to say, Clubhouse is a human platform, a place where meeting new people and discovering the perfect rooms leaves you feeling better after a session,” explains Aarthi Ramamurthy
Head of International at Clubhouse.
“This experience begins with creators and the innovative energy that they bring to the table. That’s what drives our Creator First Program and why we are so excited to expand its reach to Brazil.”
Creators can apply for the Clubhouse Creator First Program by filling out the form found here. The first deadline for applications closes 11:59 pm BST on July 21.
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