Speaker Profile

Maroun Eddy

Job TitleCo-Founder & CEO

Company NameAnghami (Lebanon)

About

Eddy is the co-founder of Anghami, the leading music streaming service in the Middle East with 40 million users and a library of >20 million Arabic and English songs. Eddy handles business development and strategic relationships between Anghami and music labels, telcos, advertisers and media partners. He is a musician at heart with a lifelong experience in live, digital and mobile entertainment. Eddy holds a Masters in Private Law and an MBA in International Business from KEDGE (Bordeaux Business School).  He was selected as a 'High Impact Entrepreneur' by Endeavor in 2013 and as a Lebanese Top Entrepreneur in both 2012 and 2013.

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Anghami is the leading music streaming service in the Middle East and North Africa. Launched in 2012, Anghami (meaning my tunes in Arabic) provides the largest Arabic and International licensed music catalog in the region. Available on mobile and web, Anghami offers a free ad-supported restricted tier and a premium paid tier Anghami Plus. Anghami has more than 40 million users and streams more than 500M tracks per month. Headquartered in Beirut, Anghami operates across the MENA region with offices in Dubai, Cairo and Riyadh.

Co-founded by Eddy Maroun and Elie Habib, Anghami partners with MBC group, the largest media and TV network in MENA. Among its partners: MEVP (VC), Samena Capital (PE) and mobile operators Mobily (Saudi Arabia) and DU (UAE).

Conference Sessions

  • Is Middle East the New Streaming “Eldorado”?

    04 Jun 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Main Room

    Digital music streaming in the region is in its infancy and has experienced almost none of the problems US and Europe have faced. However the MENA region is sti...

    • Language: English
      1. Event
        Conferences
      2. Event Date
        Tue, Jun 4
      3. Event Theme
        Music Business
        Streaming

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