Benji Vaughan

Disciple is building a global network of independent valuable communities powered by passion. In practice, this means creating digital communities where people can coalesce around a single idea across apps on web, iOS and Android. The data created by these networks is owned entirely by the host who built the network - not Disciple. Put simply, the value of the network is in the hands of the people who build and contribute to it. Since launching in 2016, Disciple has grown from an agency-model business building bespoke apps for musicians into a global SaaS provider. It currently has over 157 thriving passion communities all around the world, and well-known hosts include the Rolling Stones, Luke Bryan, and Matt Hancock MP.

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