What do people think of brunchwork at home?
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I've been an NYC brunchwork member since the beginning of 2020, and I'm so glad I joined. After the pandemic, I thought the experience might go downhill, but honestly... I almost wonder if it's better. I've joined a lot of networking/ learning sessions over the shutdown and nothing has even come close to the Brunchwork experience. Paulina and her team does an incredible job of giving great content, creative a truly interactive experience, and creating useful and valuable resources for her members. I highly highly highly recommend becoming a member, and using the opportunities Brunchwork presents to their fullest advantage. I love it!
I've been a part of the Brunchwork community for a few months now and it is the best community for entrepreneurs and professionals I've joined. The programs and events are high quality, thoughtful, and super productive. I've gotten valuable insights for my business endeavors and met wonderful, like-minded entrepreneurs along the way. I highly recommend.
I love how brunchworks curates such highly sought out after speakers. The level of intimacy is what truly separates these events from others - the access that you have to the speakers. These events are interactive, thought-provoking, and educational.
Fantastic service! I still remember my first event and have met several people through attending events. Great community and speakers to get inspired from a professional or creative standpoint
A fantastic concept that solves a huge need for business leaders. The ability to learn from peers to top leaders in business, network, and further develop professionally without the outrageous investment costs of an MBA program is why I use brunchwork. As the novel Coronavirus pandemic struck the world brunchwork didn't stand still, but it evolved to bring its value proposition to more people.
Best collaborative platform for speaker Engagement. I have been to quite a few interactive sessions, be it be in the premise or online, but Brunchwork remains the best in terms of the way its conducted, how you can interact with speakers, ask questions, or pitch. Keep the great work going!!!
Is the MBA worth it, especially from the brand name and prestigious names like Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Wharton, etc? I have been asked this question many times by those who were aspiring to join one of the leading schools or had been admitted. My standard response has always been that the greatest value you get for spending $200K on a good MBA school is the community and the almuni network it gives you access to. Regarding the education, not so much. Which brings me to the value of Brunchwork. If you aspire to be part of a startup ecosysten or wish to start your own company, it provides a great platform to learn and connect with other people who can help you. It is also equally great platform for professional development. It makes it easier for you to reach out to the people who matter for your success (without having to pay that $200K). I have been a member since their first event in San Francisco. Occasionally dropping in for in-person sessions, because the food was great :) Due to my travels I missed many of the sessions that were interesting. With the in-person events the interaction was only restricted to the local people. While I still miss the food, ever since the Covid forced the events to go virtual, Brunchwork has increased its value. Because now you can interact with more people and from different places. I am able to connected with more people than was possible at the in-person events. The virtual events and workshops (Brunchwork at Home) has continued all the good things about the in-person events. It now gives a larger selection of events to attend from other cities along with the recorded sessions in case you miss it. My analogy is that Brunchwork is an elevator for the startup ecosystem aspirants saving them a long staircase climb. The future of education is changing in a big way and Covid situation has amplified that need. The remote, online and virtual personalized way of learning is going to change how people get educated and how it is imparted. It also lowers the cost for those that want to learn. We are now in an age where what you learnt could get obsolete as the rate at which technology is changing is accelerating. That means the future belongs to continuous education. No longer will your degree suffice. More relevant will be how updated your knowledge is to the current needs. Brunchwork is filling that void. I have watched Brunchwork grow and it is fantastic at what it already does, but I see a brighter future with more opportunities for it to expand its portfolio of offerings. It has a sound foundation to build on. It has already succeeded in building a community. I like the direction it is going in.
Amazing! Brunchwork is getting seriously big! 🌎