Odeum.io gives fitness and yoga studios a subscription-based digital presence to stay viable during COVID-19
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jay Dysart discuss the following:
- What is Odeum.io?
- How does Odeum work for content creators and publishers?
- It seems like Odeum is the answer for many small fitness and service businesses that are “non-essential”. Do you have examples of how some customers may have used Odeum or should be using the platform in this COVID-era?
- It seems like digital transformation was never really a pressing issue for places like studios, while some content creators probably had the leg up by creating on Youtube? How challenging is this to get started and why would I do this vs. posting my content Youtube?
- What is a tip you for content creators when creating a subscription service?
Jay Dysart is the Founder of Odeum, starting the company in Long Beach, California in 2017. and building the platform with the resources of his team at JLOOP, a digital agency he founded in 2001. Jay is a prolific storyteller with a background in the performing arts and a knack for speaking code, bringing together creative and technology in innovative ways.
With a passion for entertainment and content creation, Jay started two performing arts companies in his early career and now oversees the video production division of JLOOP. In addition to leading the Odeum team, Jay provides strategic guidance to IBM’s Global Business Solutions team for its internal knowledge-sharing platform and serves as CTO of Boosta, Inc, developing an innovative step-by-step learning technology launching in 2020.
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