Eric Davich is Co-Founder/Chief Content Officer of Songza.
In 2010, Eric and his co-founders launched Songza, a ‘music concierge' that improves your life by streaming the perfect playlist for whatever you’re doing (from waking up to sleeping, from working out to getting through the work day).
Eric earned a BA, in Music with Honors from Bowdoin College in 2006 and was the recipient of the Sue Winchell Burnett Music Prize. Prior to Songza, Eric and his partners ran the dynamically-priced download store, AmieStreet.com which was acquired by Amazon in 2010. In 2012, Eric and his co-founders were included in Forbes's "30 Under 30" for their innovations in music.
Songza's Accolades include: 2013 Webby Award in Music, "Time Magazine's 50 Best iPhone Apps of 2013," "Time Magazine's 50 Best Android Apps of 2013," Fast Company's "10 Most Innovative Music Companies in Music", Apple “App Store Best of 2012”, “Time Magazine’s 50 Best Websites of 2012”, USA Today "Best Apps of 2012," PC Mag 2012 “Editors’ Choice”, Google Play “Editors’ Choice”, Apple App Store “Editors’ Choice.”
Board & Advisor Roles (1)Update
Sep 1, 2012
BA, with Honors, MusicSep, 2002 - 2006
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