Anthony Saleh is a general partner of WndrCo, a holding company that invests in, acquires, develops and operates consumer technology businesses for the long term. Saleh has had a multifaceted career using his eye for talent and deep understanding of consumer behavior in his roles as a music industry executive and leading consumer and technology investor.
Saleh is founder of Emagen Entertainment Group, a premier full service artist management company, where he managed the careers of Nas, Future, and singer Alina Baraz. He was founder and partner of Queensbridge Venture Partners, where he established and managed the investment fund, and also served as a managing partner of VCap Investment group. Saleh served as executive vice president of C3 Presents, a concert promotion, event production and artist management company, where he ran the management division. Prior to that, he was the executive vice president and general manager of Atom Factory, where he oversaw day-to-day operations of the talent management and production company, which represented artists such as Nicki Minaj and Lady Gaga.
Saleh has been named to Billboard’s “30 Under 30 Top Music Executive,” The Hollywood Reporter “Top 35 Under 35 Music Executive,” Forbes’ “30 Under 30,” as well as “The Levo 100 Entrepreneurs.”