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This is what we do.


Lowekey is a mobile media studio. Our products seamlessly integrate advertising opportunities into the user experience, by creating contextually relevant opportunities for brands to positively engage with their consumers where they’re spending the most time: on their smart phones.

 

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This is what we do.


Lowekey is a mobile media studio. Our products seamlessly integrate advertising opportunities into the user experience, by creating contextually relevant opportunities for brands to positively engage with their consumers where they’re spending the most time: on their smart phones.

 

The Mission

At Lowekey, our mission and central goal is to create intuitive, innovative, efficient and transformative mobile start-ups that continue to expand the users experience. We not only live, but analyze and study user behavior and trends to develop applications that excite and empower them therefore enhancing their digital lifestyle.  This is why we live not only for the experience, but we live to re-invent it

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Our CEO


Our CEO


Gregory Lowe II

CEO

Gregory Lowe II, is revolutionizing the mobile culture. An award-winning mobile entrepreneur and CEO of Lowekey, Gregory has developed, conceptualized, launched and marketed successful mobile applications with multiple Fortune 500 companies. He is a down-to-earth visionary, making a bold contribution to the mobile technology industry with his own software, hardware and prescient awareness of new media trends. 

Lowe’s most notable app to date is SongBooth, a social video network for user generated music videos that has amassed over 8+ million downloads worldwide along with major partnerships with Pepsi Co.

In recognition of his industry leadership, Lowe has been featured in multiple publications and was included in Fast Company Magazines Most Creative People in Business list of 2014..

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Press


Press


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CNN 

Black entrepreneurs make up a tiny percentage of the tech workforce. Gregory Lowe started out with no formal coding education or investor-relation training, but is now the designer of multiple successful mobile applications.

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Lowe’s karaoke-inspired app lets users download a backing track through iTunes, record a short music video with their phone’s camera, and share the clip with friends. The app hit 240,000 downloads in its first month.

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Taking a chance on his vision with a plan to shift the music industry, tech entrepreneur Greg Lowe has developed mobile apps for artists like Beyoncé and NE-YO, adding more chapters to an already inspiring story of staying the course.

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Gregory Lowe studies user behavior and trends to develop applications that excite and empower consumers.

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"HOW CELEBRITIES CAN BOOST YOUR STARTUP"

BILLBOARD

Pepsi introduced a new pop culture-based rewards program at South By Southwest Tuesday called Pepsi Experience Points, or PXP, which will allow fans to collect points through Pepsi purchases and social media interactions to win exclusive prizes like Monster headphones, Pepsi apparel and tickets to see Beyonce’s Mrs. Carter World Tour.

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Lowekey Lab x IBM


Lowekey Lab x IBM


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Lowekey Lab is...

Lowekey Lab is the brainchild of entrepreneur Gregory Lowe II, founder and CEO of Lowekey, partnered with IBM to create the six-day programming summer camp for 20 high school students from his hometown of Maple Heights, Ohio. Mentors from IBM and Lowekey coached the students on how to create a startup and taught them how to build apps using IBM Bluemix and Swift.