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Songlorious, gets 500k Startup Investment and You Can Work for Them as a Contractor!

In July, Ellen and Omayya Atout arrived on the set of ABC's Shark Tank with a $4 million valuation for their company Songlorious, a Cameo-like startup where customers can request personalized tracks written and performed by professional musicians.

Though the show’s four investor “Sharks” quickly chewed that valuation down to just $1.2 million over the course of the episode, the Atouts also left with a $500,000 joint investment from four of them: Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary and Peter Jones. (A fifth Shark, Lori Greiner, stayed out.) More importantly, they secured the cumulative PR power and acumen of some of the world's brightest business minds. Links for where to apply as a contracted songwriter are in the Free, Tier 1 and Full Versions of Songs That Work.


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