Drooble Joint Music Platform Closes
In 2013, when social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter were still undergoing rapid expansion, Drooble was established. Although it has not had widespread popularity, Drooble has amassed a user base that comprises approximately one million musicians from countries all over the world. Melina Krumova, the CEO and founder of the platform, informed all of the members of the platform about this decision in an email.
As Krumova explains in her essay, “This is one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made, but it’s time to say goodbye to Druble,” the moment has come. “I have invested everything that I am into this venture; but, the course of my life has just taken a spiritual turn, and it is time for me to close the platform.”
“My team and I have been working on the launch of this product for more than seven years. We have devoted an enormous amount of time and resources to the process of developing it. Throughout this entire process, it was challenging, but also exciting. “The process of building this platform from the ground up was the most rewarding experience of my entire life,” she continues.
So what will happen next? Krumova says that if no one else shows interest, she will close the platform on December 28.
I would be more than pleased to hand up the reins of Drooble to the successor who is most suited to take the network to the next level. Please send me an email if you believe that you are prepared to step in and contribute resources, time, and effort. I have no doubt that there is a significant opportunity for the development of the community. In the event that nothing noteworthy takes place before December 28, Drooble will no longer be accessible after that date.
Unhappily, considering that 2013, internet platforms for collaboration have been subjected to tremendous development. It would appear that this company does not have the resources necessary to compete with other significant companies in the industry, particularly given the rise in popularity of collaboration tools such as Zoom, which are designed to simplify the logistics of virtual meeting places.