Jesse signed the band MGMT to his dorm room label as a Sophomore at NYU and is the co-founder of Cantora. Today, Cantora is home to releases from 14 artists (Francis and the Lights, Bear Hands, Savoir Adore), has produced hundreds of concerts nationwide and invests in early stage startups through what TIME Magazine calls “a music-culture-cool tech fund that doesn’t lack for ambition.” Cantora's tech portfolio includes startups like Sonic Notify, BioBeats and Mahaya. Jesse has collaborated alongside artists like Wu-Tang’s GZA to create tech-focused release strategies and has advised angel investment groups on entertainment-related startup investments. He is also the current founder of Medi Club, a new way for millennials to meditate.
Sascha is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience in starting and developing growth businesses in various market segments. A New York City native Sascha Lewis has worked in digital media for nearly 15 years and has been featured in the New York Times, Business Week, the Financial Times, and the Economist. He is the co-founder of the cultural advisory website Flavorpill, which has expanded from New York to San Francisco, LA, Miami, Chicago and London. Flavorpill made headlines when they hosted the “Yoga at the Great Lawn” event, bringing more than 10,000 people out to Central Park’s Great Lawn for a yoga lesson and breaking world records with it’s massive crowd.