Clarity Live Launches, Allows Users to Subscribe to Virtual Q&A Sessions with Entrepreneurs

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Clarity this morning announced the launch of Clarity Live, a video Q&A service that connects up-and-coming entrepreneurs with established business leaders.

The subscription-based service allows users to review upcoming events, RSVP for a session, submit questions for the expert (optional) and connect to the video call at the scheduled time. It is live and interactive, Clarity says, "so you can always ask your question during the session."

"When I launched Clarity in 2012, I was driven by one mission—to impact the lives of a billion people by 2022," says Dan Martell, the founder of Clarity. "In two short years, Clarity grew to a community of more than 40,000 verified experts worldwide. To date, more than 200,000 Clarity calls have been completed."

Martell, who also founded Flowtown, says his startup is celebrating Live with a special event on May 22 that will feature The Lean Startup author Eric Ries, which he believes could draw 1,000 people from 20 different cities.

Memberships start at $97 per month and allow for six events per month, unlimited access to past recordings (Martell notes these are available on any device and in offline mode). According to the startup, a robust starting lineup of speakers has already been wrangled; in addition to Ries, Kiip founder Brian Wong will be hosting a virtual event, as well as TechStars cofounder Brad Feld and Influitive founder Mark Organ.

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