Burb Empowers Creators to Build Flourishing,
Community-First Businesses

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Burb was born from the realization that there's a toolset needed to help community creators keep communities engaged and connected as they grow. From small neighborhoods to bustling metropolises, individual creators to large brands, the same sentiment applies.

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Our team has built and helped build communities real and virtual, local and global. And now we're excited to empower others to do the same.

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Say Hello  to the Team

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Drew Dillon
Chief Executive Officer
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Espree Devora
Director of Community Education
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Philip James
Chief Technical Officer
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Good Neighbors

When it comes to community, we don't just talk the talk, we walk the walk. We're here to lend an ear or a hand whenever and wherever we're needed.

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Distributed Leadership

We know our collective success expands when we help each other excel. So we keep on growin' by encouraging everyone's autonomy and progression from contributor to leader.

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Deliver, with Care

With our eye on the outcome as well as the smallest of details, we lean into our curiosity to better understand problems and deliver solutions that delight.

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How to create a culture in your community

A community is more than just a group of people. A community is a group of people who share common interests and values. A community is a place where people feel a sense of belonging. A community is a place where people can come together and feel safe because they share the same culture.

December 9, 2022
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Group Member Introductions: Connect Your Community

Being intentional about introducing community members to one another is essential. This is an ice breaker that deepens relationships and also allows everyone to immediately see how they may be able to help or be helped by someone in the group.

December 9, 2022
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Try an Experiment to Grow Community

The objective of experiments is to find out what works and what doesn't work in terms of attracting new members and getting them engaged. We've been testing a few methods to see what will lead to the most successful community growth. Here are a few examples of experiments that we've tried out so far.

December 9, 2022