Getting To Know You: Omar Meho, founder, Music Workflow Academy

As part of our series profiling the finalists of the Business Champion Awards 2023 we spoke to Omar Meho, the founder of the Music Workflow Academy.

As part of our series profiling the finalists of the Business Champion Awards 2023 we spoke to, young entrepreneur of the year finalist and founder of the Music Workflow Academy, Omar Meho.

What do you currently do at Music Workflow Academy?

Omar Meho is an artist from the United Kingdom. He is a Label Owner, Music Production/ DJ Teacher, Mastering Engineer and International Resident in Ibiza, France, U.K & Dubai.

He has played in some of the biggest clubs in the U.K Including Egg LDN, Fabric, The Arch, The Cause & Much more. He has played festivals in front of 12,500 people and has support on his tracks from some of the biggest DJ’s in the world including Marco Carola, East End Dubs, Chris Stussy, Jamie Jones, Adam Beyer And More.

Music Workflow Academy provides a range of services for our customers, including music production lessons, mixing, mastering, sample packs, templates, racks, tutorials, stems, dj lessons and playlist placement. We have been operating for the last few years and our staff are highly qualified and experienced with relevant expertise. Read our reviews or give us a call/send message for a no-obligation quote.

We teach beginner DJ’s and Music Producers the basics of their skills and help them perform live sets and sign to their favourite record labels

What was the inspiration behind your business?

I wanted to help my younger self and I felt like there were no good tutorials online for what I wanted to learn. My 14 year old self needed help learning these skills but had no one to teach him. So I decided when I get to a high level I will teach the youth and grow the grass roots of the music community.

I have always wanted to make the world a better place and by teaching DJ’ing and Music Production I can officially help others. They say gaining knowledge is the first step to wisdom. Sharing it is the first step to humanity.

Who do you admire?

Martin Garrix, Bill Gates, Barrack Obama for his orator skills, Richard Branson for his note taking skills.

Looking back, is there anything you would have done differently?

Absolutely nothing. I am happy with how I have conducted myself and I have learnt from my previous business failures enough on how to succeed.

What defines your way of doing business?

Ethics come first, treat others fairly and with respect and give everyone the best customer service they have ever received! (Crucial).

Provide excellent quality goods and services. Help all that are grateful and produce content that educates large audiences.

What advice would you give to someone starting out?

Consistency is key. 1 in 9 business ideas succeed. So you need to be in this for the long run. Keep going and the obstacles are typically the path, take them in order to succeed.

Continue to diversify your goods, services and business strategy.

Analyse competition and differentiate yourself from the market. Pay good energy forward and aim to help as many people as possible and make the world a better place. Business should be a positive venture that helps others and creates a win-win value exchange for both the customer and visitor

Omar Meho is a finalist in the young entrepreneur of the year category of the Business Champion Awards