Arjun Mehta

Arjun is the Co-Founder of PlaySpan, a technology startup that began the practice of in-app mobile purchasing.

After the company sold to Visa for $200M, he founded Stoodle, a non-profit online tutoring app that merged with billionaire venture capitalist Vinod Khosla’s CK12 Foundation. Stoodle was the first high school venture to be incubated by the Harvard Innovation Lab and is the program of choice of the United Nations SDSN to teach children in developing countries in real-time.

Currently, Arjun is cofounder & CEO of Trakfire, a startup that aims to democratize the music industry through crowdsourced curation, and is one of thirty students in the inaugural class of Jimmy Iovine's & Dr. Dre’s Academy for the Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation at USC. He is 20 years old.

Arjun is the Co-Founder of PlaySpan, a technology startup that began the practice of in-app mobile purchasing.

After the company sold to Visa for $200M, he founded Stoodle, a non-profit online tutoring app that merged with billionaire venture capitalist Vinod Khosla’s CK12 Foundation. Stoodle was the first high school venture to be incubated by the Harvard Innovation Lab and is the program of choice of the United Nations SDSN to teach children in developing countries in real-time.

Currently, Arjun is cofounder & CEO of Trakfire, a startup that aims to democratize the music industry through crowdsourced curation, and is one of thirty students in the inaugural class of Jimmy Iovine's & Dr. Dre’s Academy for the Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation at USC. He is 20 years old.