Clubessential is known for providing the next generation of club and business leaders with full suite memberships and club management solutions that enable more than 1,300 private clubs to make “smart decisions, deliver exceptional member experiences, build stronger clubs, and create members for life.”
Now, the company is changing how it runs these suits to better align with the post-covid era of doing things. The new Essential Suites for clubessential’s client’s markets help enable leaders and staff build up engagement, and create easy experiences for their members.
These Essential Suites are made for city and university clubs, yacht clubs, racquet clubs, Homeowners association/property owner associations, golf and country clubs, and more!
According to Clubessential President Lynn Mangan, “the product and market extensions were a logical step for the company.”
“We have been serving specialized lifestyle clubs for years and have a deep understanding of the unique spaces where they operate.”
“That combined with our leading mobile-first technology and understanding of member and staff needs make this a natural evolution for Clubessential and a great solution for clubs that have unique needs,” she explained.
The tech solutions integrated within these Essential Suites offer numerous ways for clubs to better engage with members while still delegating employees and other staff throughout the day. Some of this new technology integration includes a cloud-based mobile app, mobile/online scheduling, fitness/spa services, management tools, digital transactions, and data access.
The Essential Suites for these specific clubs will enable them to better implement easy solutions to running their business or niche.
The goal is to continue to grow the Clubessential brand by growing other brands through their services. In a post-covid era, a majority of all work gets done online. So when it comes to things like specialized clubs, finding the right space and means of operation is essential for its success.
Eric Mastrota is a Contributing Editor at The National Digest based in New York. A graduate of SUNY New Paltz, he reports on world news, culture, and lifestyle. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.