How One Startup Tackled the Challenge of Togetherness and Community
- GoBundance is focusing on togetherness and community in a pandemic world.
- Their organization focuses on creating tribes or communities to develop success.
- They have had significant success, including reviving potentially failed marriages.
For communities around the world, the coronavirus pandemic disrupted their ability to gather together in person. For groups that place a specific focus on togetherness and community, this presented a sizable challenge. Chris Ryan, the CEO of GoBundance, joined MarketScale to explain how they navigated this obstacle and what they’re doing now to encourage the growth of their group.
Our organization is here to create a tribe or a community of members that focuses not only on continuing to develop their success. Everybody’s successful, everybody’s a millionaire, and everybody’s growing in the professional world and the financial world, but we also focus on what makes them and their families and businesses and communities they serve significant. Everything from marriages that have been turned around and saved to the ability we have to put in through our program called FamBundance and help our children connect, find their own voices, and flourish in their own worlds.
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