We wanted something simple, something homey, something that felt like our own little online nook, curated specifically for our beautiful community. We were super impressed by the affordability of the platform itself which allowed us to invest much more into our team and the community. We are really enjoying working with the Disciple team.
- Peta Kelly, Founder of Earthess Co.
Jasmine Mays Fitness
Jasmine Mays, a fitness instructor, was struggling to manage her courses on social media. She now has complete control over her community and her content.
A Year With My Camera
A Year With My Camera is a photography teaching community run by photographer Emma Davies. Find out how her business is no longer reliant on social media.
Her Spirit, a women’s fitness community, wanted a platform that would let them build personal relationships with their community. They now have a safe-space with Disciple where they can engage with their community and much more.
Gibborim needed a dedicated space away from the noise of social media that would let their members focus on improving their fitness and wellbeing.
Terry The Trainer
Terry, a local fitness trainer, wanted a way for people to access his courses all around the world. Here’s how Disciple helped him to achieve that.
Action For Happiness
Action For Happiness needed a safe space for their community to feel comfortable in. Read how Disciple enabled their community to get that space and increase engagement as a result.
Battered Black Book
Battered Black Book is a consultancy for high wealth clients. Find out Disciple enabled them to increase their brand loyalty with their customers.
ACES Hockey Academy found social media had too many distractions on it for their community to really engage and learn. Disciple enabled them to have a focused and safe community for their pupils.
Faithbox is a monthly Christian subscription box service. Find out how getting their own community platform with Disciple helped them increase their customer lifespan.
Dead Space had grown frustrated with the limitations of social media. Now they can truly engage with their community through Disciple.
WeCreate, a community for entrepreneurs to grow in, found that running a community on a website hindered engagement. So they got their own community platform and can now connect with their community in a whole new way.
Pleme is a place for the global Croatian community to connect. Find out how Disciple solved the problems they had been facing on social media.
Got 1’s 6 wanted a place for fans, athletes, and sponsors to gather and connect. When the community app was launched, it rose to be the number 1 trending app on Google and attracted over 5000 members within the first 24 hours.
Yoga teacher Rod Stryker wanted a space where he could make his teachings more accessible whilst helping his community to grow. Find out how he made a return of 6.7x his investment.
The Pink Un
The local Norwich City FC publication wanted to gather fans and content into one space. Find out how Disciple have given them a bustling home for over 4000 canaries.
The private residential community wanted a way to gather & connect their guests. They now have a thriving community space which sees 4x more engagement than on their social media pages. Here’s their full story with Disciple.
First Light Steak Club
First Light wanted a better way to connect with their members than emails. Here’s how Disciple’s mobile community platform has helped them build a thriving customer community with 80% of members actively engaged.
Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary and MP for West Suffolk, wanted to establish a new form of direct digital democracy. In Disciple, he found a better way to engage and communicate with over 10,000 of his constituents.
The American country music star wanted a space to gather together his community of superfans to create a deeper, closer relationship with them. Read how Luke now has a dedicated home for more than 400,000 of his fans.
Celebrity chef Hari Ghotra wanted her own space to gather and engage her community of foodie fans. Read how her community has grown to be 20% larger than her Facebook audience.
The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones have always had a passionate community of superfans. What they didn’t have was a place to gather and engage them. The Disciple platform gave them a home to over 250,000 of them.
Influencer Sonam Kapoor wanted her own dedicated space to gather and engage her community of fans and followers. She now has a highly engaged community, with 98% of the content being user generated.