Protégé One Ups MasterClass With Celebrity Mentorship

A new platform in the celebrity EdTech space promises amateur performers the opportunity to demonstrate their talent and receive feedback from industry experts. Protégé is the latest iteration of VIP monetization from Jackson Jhin, who also served as the vice president of strategy at Cameo, where fans pay for personalized messages from the platform’s marketplace of artists, athletes, creators and more.

Protégé is Jhin’s answer to MasterClass and its impressive A-list instructors. MasterClass subscribers pay $15 per month to watch high-quality videos of Serena Williams talking tennis or Helen Mirren expounding on acting. 27-year-old entrepreneur Jhin noted the lack of one-on-one tailored mentorship and saw a market

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