Ingomu launches new app, bringing coaching to those who need it and benefit from it most
Ingomu, an innovative new app, places the knowledge of 60+ personal development, career advancement, and health and wellness coaches at the fingertips of its subscribers through live virtual group coaching and on-demand sessions.
By: Ingomu Learning, LLC
"We realized that in many cases, expertise from a variety of coaches may produce better results," said Al Wynant, Ingomu Co-Founder. "For most people, hiring multiple coaches is not financially doable. Imagine having access to 60+ coaches, covered by an affordable subscription. It's a holistic approach to coaching. If someone wants to be more successful at work, that may mean they have to become a better communicator, become a master negotiator, and work on stress-related issues. Next month you may want to work on health and wellness issues. We have coaches for that," said Wynant.
According to the International Coaching Federation, in 2019, the market size of the coaching industry in the U.S. was $15 billion. If the predictions are correct, with the average yearly growth rate of 6.7%, the value can grow to $20 billion USD in just three years. The benefits of coaching are undeniable. According to the Institute of Coaching at Harvard, 80% of people who receive coaching report increased self-confidence, over 70% benefit from improved work performance, relationships, and more effective communication skills.
"There's greater accessibility than ever before, coaching used to be limited, cost prohibitive to people. With platforms like Ingomu, we're able to bring coaching to those who need it and benefit from it most. And, there is such a diverse and wildly talented group of coaches, who are specialized in certain areas. You can choose your own adventure [coaches]. And, that's what I see is the future of coaching, which is why this platform is so disruptive. There are licensed practitioners, everybody has a high and qualified standard. It's a one stop shop for what you want to be more of in this world," said Sophia Bazile, Coach.
Ingomu coaches host scheduled weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly live virtual sessions - called learning communities. Recorded sessions are then made available on the app to watch or listen to later. Think Netflix of coaches. Learners who require more engagement can connect with coaches between sessions in the app. Ingomu offers more than 120 live virtual sessions and about 100 hours of recorded sessions for on-demand viewing per month. The app launched on Android and will be available for iOS later this year. Sign up for a full access 7-day free trial here.