Meero introduces ‘Community,’ the first social network dedicated to professional photographers
A space where professionals from all over the world can share their experiences, Community provides access to events, meetings and workshops.
New York, April 20, 2020 - Meero wants to enable photographers to devote themselves fully to their passion, and as part of that mission is launching a social media made exclusively for photographers all around the world, giving them new ways to connect.
Available on myMeero, the platform is a hub for photographers to connect and chat about their daily work, and it provides access to a network of photographers from every region around the world.
The Community space allows photographers to:
- Meet other photography enthusiasts
- Contact local ambassadors
- Access official Meero news
- Sign up for Meero meetings, workshops, and experiences
The Community space is open to all users of the myMeero platform, which is completely free!
Accessible to all, myMeero supports professional photographers in their daily work. It provides a single platform that brings together solutions that enable visual professionals to manage their business through the myBusiness space, stimulate their creativity through the Discovery space and join a community of enthusiasts through the Community space.
Created in 2016, Meero’s mission is to contribute to the world of photography by giving photographers the possibility to dedicate themselves entirely to their passion. From generating additional revenue to client prospecting, invoicing and payments to post-production and delivery, Meero facilitates activity for creatives while taking care of all the time-consuming tasks that can slow down their daily activities.
Meero is the go-to solution for both creative business management tools and inspiring educational content. With Meero, photographers have access to not only a wide range of accounting, CRM systems, and marketing tools but also a growing list of masterclasses, technical tutorials, inspiring documentaries, photographer meet-ups across 35 countries, a bi-lingual magazine and a foundation to support photography.