jamWee inc. is set on changing the way the world finds & discovers music. The web 2.0 phenomena has allowed websites to give their users the ability to publish individualized content, but sadly enough user driven content, with regards to sharing music, has been left untouched. jamWee allows people around the world to submit both popular and obscure websites into one central location where a favorite song is then showcased and appreciated by other members.
Brandon Harris, CEO
Rutgers University graduate Brandon Harris, 25, fell in love with music at an early age and hasn’t stopped composing and writing ever since. Big ideas and thinking out of the box has allowed Brandon to continuously conceptualize what never was.
Ryan Dreissig, CFO
Ryan, 26, grew up constantly thinking of innovative and practical inventions. With a degree in finance from Rutgers Business School, he has shifted his focus to developing a host of new websites.
Our monetization plan is pretty forward thinking.
Partnerships with radio stations, major/indie artist are definitely in
the works. Build revenue streams by offering pro accounts vs. standard
accounts. Initially we will be an ad based company but our real
monetization ideas will require a few meetings with Amazon or the guys
over at Apple. Yes, we have incorporated affiliate revenue from their
services but another idea is in the bag but will not make sense until
after jamWee creates more traction.
jamWee is not trying to be a last.fm
or imeem, The plan is to take music preference sharing to an entirely
different direction and actually plan integrations into the aforementioned services. Music is real time and deserves a platform
where users can appreciate multiple songs in real time.