An open enviroment for learning business. No spam, no low-quality content, and no politics, just people eager to learn and share knowledge
Parrity is a free learning platform on a mission to create a place where entrepreneurs making a digital business can learn from other experienced entrepreneurs and experts.
Think about it as an open ecosystem where both sides get to connect and exchange experience in the form of articles, courses, and tutorials through an intuitive interface. Strict content guidelines, no spam, no low-quality content, and no politics, just people eager to learn and share knowledge.
We're just starting out, what you're seeing is an open beta with some cool basic features. You can join the beta and help us grow by being part of our community and with your feedback. You'll be getting early access to everything we do, the early bird rank, our slack channel, and most importantly - be able to help us shape this platform into something more useful to you with your own opinion. 🤗 🚀
Yes, you can contribute, just send us a sample of your content and if it meets our quality standards you'll get author access. Authors on Parrity get to help a lot of people with their knowledge while we make sure their work is seen by as many as possible.
With the growth of the platform, you'd be able to reach a very engaged audience of startups, entrepreneurs and business people like on no other place. We also have some very unique tools planned that will allow you to generate income from your work and help you build a personal or a community engaged brand.
I started my entrepreneurial journey around 20. Sold mountain bike parts online, ran an adventure blog, and tried to start a digital agency. Neither of those worked out, but somewhere along the way I settled on being an entrepreneur and took it as my calling. Consequently, I found a passion for digital marketing and started freelancing.
Why create something like Parity?
Working with 80+ startups over the course of three years made me realize that many of them were making basic mistakes. That's really how the idea for Parity came to be. I wanted to create a place that's more open than anything out there and really helps people be more successful. That's our mission
I got into web development when I was 18 and have been hooked ever since. For me, my work is a thin line between Computer Science and a piece of Art, when everything comes together you realize you have created something. I'm also quite passionate about entrepreneurship, so being part of the Parity team and working on a product like this is a "win-win" situation for me.
Join our beta to get lifetime superuser access & learn from the smartest business minds on the planet web 🧠 😎