About our Company Vision and Team
Soundsuit is on a mission to reinvent in-store music.
In building a product that eliminates the laborious playlist management work, Soundsuit empowers business owners to control and optimise their in-store customer experience, effortlessly, at any time and from anywhere.
Soundsuit’s digital music assistant helps thousands of brick-and-mortar businesses better engage their customers and motivate their employees. Every day.
Mikaël Bourdon, CEO
Acknowledged achievements and potential
Award Winning Company
Soundsuit has been recognised and praised at different stages of its growth and success:
- Awarded at the BayStartUp Awards (Germany)
- Selected and mentored by the Google for Startups program (Germany)
- Awarded at the Paris Retail Awards (International)
- Selected and mentored by the Cloudways Startup Program (International)
Meet Our Founding Team
Meet Our Mentors
Before 2000, Lynda was teaching web design. To replace the bland books she used with her students, he founded and scaled successfully her online learning platform, Lynda. 20 years later, Linkedin acquired it for $1.5 billion.
Algoriddim is the company behind djay, the world’s #1 DJ app for iOS, and winner of multiple Apple Design Awards. Founded in 2006 by 3 students from the Technical University of Munich, Algoriddim is a self-financed company.
Atlassian was bootstrapped for 8 years before raising capital in 2010 after it had reached nearly $75 million in annual revenue. Atlassian achieved success through consumer focused products and patience.
Founded in 2001, Mailchimp grew organically from scratch, without any financing support from investors. The company counts today more than 1000 employees and millions of happy customers.
Founded in 2009, Dribble is a kind of LinkedIn aimed at the design and creative community. Fully bootstrapped, the company counts today millions of users and is very profitable. The team is distributed and works remotely without a headquarter.
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