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Amir Ben-Yohanan: How a Hyper-Collaborative Studio Space Supports Better Content and Boosts Influencer Reach

Hyper-Collaborative Studio Space

Working in the right environment leads to top-notch content, says Amir Ben-Yohanan.

Influencers often have to maintain a certain look and appeal to their audience. Social media influencers have built their careers off of a brand that attracts and inspires or entertains their followers. Amir Ben-Yohanan is well-versed with influencers since he started the Clubhouse Beverly Hills as a flagship content house. His recent content creation discussion in a hyper-collaborative studio explains why locations like Clubhouse BH are so important to creators.

“There is a constant pressure to have exactly the right shot, the right lighting, the right setup,” Amir Ben-Yohanan says. “When you work in a hyper-collaborative studio, you are getting so much more than a setup. Clubhouse BH offers an inspiring site where content creators are able to be innovative and authentic without the stress of using their own location. The creative space is perfect for content creators because it has all those rooms and niches where they can get the perfect shot. The outdoor area is fantastic too. We are seeing all kinds of incredible content come from here.”

Amir Ben-Yohanan says the Clubhouse BH following is another reason a hyper-collaborative spot is such a helpful tool to influencers. “Do you know that Clubhouse has 4.7 million followers on Instagram alone?” he continues. “Another 7.6 million on TikTok and over 700k subscribers on YouTube. We are bringing in influencers with their own massive followings, but we can add to that with our own. This is why the location is hyper-collaborative—we aren’t just a studio space that gets used for stage lighting. We are boosting influencer reach big time.”

Another reason Clubhouse BH is so crucial for serious influencers: the experience. The executive team for Clubhouse BH has over 120 years of experience in media and entertainment. They are able to help guide rising social media stars towards long-term success by offering 24/7 access to in-house creative and media management.

Amir Ben-Yohanan explains that all together, Clubhouse Media Group is able to boast 1.179 billion monthly social impressions. It has been given features in Forbes, Seventeen, HW, Los Angeles Times, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, TMZ, The New York Times, Business Insider, Barstool Sports, and more.

The house is a gorgeous space with seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a library, screening room, rooftop hot tub, swimming pool, gourmet chef’s kitchen, gym, indoor waterfall, two-story living room, and more. With over 12,000 sq. ft. of space, Clubhouse BH offers a space for creating luxe content worthy of Instagram and TikTok. There are plenty of spaces, backdrops, and tools needed for creating videos and images that are sure to inspire the masses. Yohanan says they are seeing content creators from all over come use the house to shoot their next content, “Beverly Hills style.”

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