Social platforms that serve and foster communities (think Clubhouse) may now be trending, but one platform has quietly been changing the entertainment game for the last decade by fostering community, connections, and e-learning.
Industries need strong networks to survive, and Stage 32 CEO Richard “RB” Botto saw this need in the entertainment industry, long before it was trending.
A forerunner in his field, RB knew first-hand the obstacles facing fresh talent in the entertainment industry and decided to create the solution himself. He pulled his resources, created a vast network of talent, and in 2011 Stage 32 was born. Stage 32 serves as a global social networking and
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