Going Public®

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The music app for the other 4 billion people.


Per the 2020 audited financials, TREBEL is a startup and operating at a loss and there is substantial doubt about the company's ability to continue as a going concern.

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Reg A+
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Regulation A offerings are public offerings, made in accordance with an exemption from SEC registration. Securities offered this way aren’t publicly-traded securities, though, which means investors will not be able to sell them on a stock exchange and may have to hold them for a long period. The companies making Regulation A offerings may never become publicly-traded companies.

The Why

Our mission is to bring music to more than 4 billion people at no cost. As music consumption moves to mobile devices, billions of people need access to the music they love on and and offline - at no cost to them.  TREBEL is the only company serving this large and growing market.
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Gary Mekikian CEO & Co-Founder

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The Story About The Founders

TREBEL was founded by industry experts in mobile technologies and digital media distribution. Gary is the CEO and a four time company co-founder, one of which had a successful IPO and was then sold for $1.7 billion, and another was acquired by Oracle for several hundred million dollars. Bob is the CFO and a serial entrepreneur with multiple successful exits. Gary holds an MS from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California, while Bob earned his BS in Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
Gary and Bob, together with their talented team, are working to bring what’s next in digital music in order to serve the needs of 5 billion people.
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Robert Vanech CFO & Chief Revenue Officer

Gary Mekikian CEO & Co-Founder

Their Values: What They Believe In

  1. Accessibility

    We believe that everyone should have access to the music they love by the artists they admire, and artists who create music should not be deprived of compensation because of piracy. Personal music is a universal need - it entertains and celebrates key moments in our lives. More importantly, personal music has healing powers.

  2. Piracy Elimination

    Lack of access to on-demand music causes rampant music piracy, which deprives artists of compensation, hurts fans who endure malware when they pirate music, and eliminates the opportunity for big brands to reach their customers around the music they are passionate about.

  3. Music is Medicine

    We believe that for billions of young people, music is medicine. Making sure that young people have access to the music they love, legally, and at no cost, is a moral imperative as well as a large and growing revenue opportunity that should be tapped for the artists’ benefit.


THEIR JOURNEY. Your decision.