Omar Meho, Director of Music Workflow Academy, said: “I initially chose to go to the University of Brighton because the city has the most electronic and dance music events per capital in the UK. And it really paid off. I performed every week alongside doing my degree, and got so much out of the experience.
I started Music Workflow Academy during lockdown, and currently have 41,000 students around the world learning how to DJ. Music and business are kind of polar opposites, and many people really struggle with marketing themselves. Reaching the Forbes 30 under 30 is just a dream come true, and my degree has been instrumental in this success.