Learned.Live provides a new platform for people to share their skills online with everything from entrepreneurship to magic tricks.
From Magic to Entrepreneurship
Brighton based entrepreneur, Johnathan Reynolds is probably best known for making thousands of audiences worldwide smile, laugh, and be amazed by his exceptional magic and bubbleology shows alongside dozens of jugglers, dancers and entertainers from his own agency now celebrating 20 magical years in business.
Yet he was inspired to bring his love of entertainment and teaching to the masses in 2020 after a spark of entrepreneurial genius struck him and the UK’s first ever live learning platform, Learned.Live was born.
Johnathan has performed alongside international DJs David Guetta, Judge Jules and Paul Oakenfold, at Monaco, Singapore and Bahrain F1 races, and at world famous festivals including Glastonbury, Creamfields and Global Gathering.
CEO of Learned.Live Johnathan told us: “I was excited to find new ways to share my skills. Having run a successful agency and taught magic and bubble classes online earlier this year, it quickly became apparent that there wasn’t a single website offering adults the chance to learn lots of new skills and knowledge in a live and social setting. That’s when I came up with Learned.Live.”
“With so many brilliantly skilled people out there eager to share their knowledge in all manner of industries, and with a need to stay connected to others, it seemed the perfect time for a live platform to help others do just that.”
How Does Learned.Live Work?
Learned.Live is the UK’s first online-learning platform to offer live
and interactive digital-learning, hosting virtual courses
in a vast range of subjects from more than 100 specialist teachers from life skills, business and education to magic, crafts and dance. Classes are available now with prices starting from £10. Learned.Live gives teachers control over the cost and frequency of their classes. The platform’s 36% commission charge covers all marketing, set-up and administration costs.
The company is based in Brighton, privately funded and run by its founders, partners Johnathan Reynolds and Sophia Spencer.