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Spotify Summary

Overview

Spotify is a provider of commercial music streaming service that offers restricted digital content from a range of record labels and artists. It enables subscribers to search and discover music collections of friends, artists, and celebrities, build a personal collection playlist, and share music on social media, blog, and via email with friends. The company also allows artists to post tracks on social networks, share them with fans, etc.

TypePublic
Founded2006
HQStockholm, SEMap
Websitespotify.com
Employee Ratings
4
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Overall CultureC+More

Locations

Spotify is headquartered in
Stockholm, Sweden

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Company Growth (employees)

Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)4,405(+6%)
Website Visits (Nov 2020)320 m
Revenue (FY, 2019)€6.8 B(+29%)
Share Price (Jan 2021)$319.8(-7%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Spotify

Spotify Office Locations

Spotify has offices in Stockholm, Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston and in 42 other locations

Spotify Financials and Metrics

Spotify Revenue

Spotify's revenue was reported to be €6.76 b in FY, 2019 which is a 28.6% increase from the previous period.

EUR

Revenue (Q2, 2020)€1.89 b
Gross profit (Q2, 2020)€479 m
Gross profit margin (Q2, 2020), %25.4%
Net income (Q2, 2020)(€356 m)
EBIT (Q2, 2020) (€167 m)
Market capitalization (15-Jan-2021)$60.63 b
Closing stock price(15-Jan-2021)$319.82
Cash (30-Jun-2020)€1.15 b
EV $60.1 b

Spotify's current market capitalization is $60.6 b.

EURFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019
Revenue3 b4.1 b5.3 b6.8 b
Revenue growth, %52%39%29%29%
Cost of goods sold2.6 b3.2 b3.9 b5 b
Gross profit401 m849 m1.4 b1.7 b
EURQ1, 2017Q2, 2017Q3, 2017Q4, 2017Q1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q4, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q4, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020
Revenue902 m1 b1 b1.1 b1.1 b1.3 b1.4 b1.5 b1.5 b1.7 b1.7 b1.9 b1.8 b1.9 b
Cost of goods sold797 m775 m802 m867 m856 m944 m1 b1.1 b1.1 b1.2 b1.3 b1.4 b1.4 b1.4 b
Gross profit105 m232 m230 m282 m283 m329 m342 m399 m373 m434 m441 m474 m472 m479 m
Gross profit Margin, %12%23%22%25%25%26%25%27%25%26%25%26%26%25%
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EURFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019
Cash755 m477 m891 m1.1 b
Accounts Receivable223 m272 m273 m305 m
Current Assets1.9 b1.9 b2.2 b2.2 b
PP&E85 m73 m197 m291 m
EURQ1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020
Cash733 m810 m1.1 b966 m909 m877 m951 m1.1 b
Accounts Receivable254 m249 m277 m270 m300 m295 m274 m361 m
Current Assets1.9 b2.1 b2.2 b2.1 b2 b2 b2.1 b2.3 b
PP&E68 m83 m135 m235 m243 m270 m291 m287 m
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EURFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019
Net Income(539 m)(1.2 b)(78 m)(186 m)
Depreciation and Amortization38 m54 m32 m87 m
Accounts Receivable(60 m)(112 m)(61 m)(27 m)
Accounts Payable245 m447 m291 m454 m
EURQ1, 2017Q2, 2017Q3, 2017Q1, 2018Q2, 2018Q3, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020
Net Income(173 m)(361 m)(639 m)(169 m)(563 m)(520 m)(142 m)(218 m)23 m1 m(355 m)
Depreciation and Amortization14 m26 m41 m11 m17 m24 m21 m41 m51 m26 m44 m
Accounts Receivable(40 m)(27 m)(66 m)15 m27 m(2 m)35 m(15 m)(13 m)22 m(17 m)
Accounts Payable186 m267 m252 m70 m148 m234 m155 m230 m232 m(63 m)88 m
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EUR
Q2, 2020
EV/EBIT-284.3 x
EV/CFO1582.5 x
Debt/Equity0.3 x
Debt/Assets0.1 x
Financial Leverage2.6 x
P/E Ratio-135.2 x
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Revenue Breakdown

Spotify revenue breakdown by business segment: 10.0% from Ad-Supported and 90.0% from Premium

Spotify revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 51.6% from Other Countries, 10.7% from United Kingdom, 37.6% from United States and 0.1% from Other

Spotify Operating Metrics

Spotify's Ad-Supported Monthly Active Users was reported to be 170 m in Q2, 2020.

Spotify Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
The RingerMarch 06, 2020€170 m
SoundBetterSeptember 12, 2019
ParcastMarch 25, 2019€49 m
Anchor FMFebruary 06, 2019€136 m
Gimlet MediaFebruary 06, 2019$200 m
LoudrApril 12, 2018
Soundtrap ABNovember 17, 2017
nilandMay 17, 2017
Mediachain LabsApril 26, 2017
MightyTVMarch 27, 2017

Human Capital Metrics

Source: SEC Filings February 2018, SEC Filings February 2018, SEC Filings February 2018

Spotify Median Salaries

Source: 7 public H-1B filings from Spotify

Spotify Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

86/100

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Spotify Website Traffic

Alexa Website Rank

Total Visits per monthSimilarWeb

Spotify Online and Social Media Presence

Twitter followers

3.97 m Twitter followers

6 Months

Spotify has 3.97 m Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 1.08% month over month and increased 2.99% quarter over quarter.

Spotify's Trends

Search term - Spotify

Twitter Engagement Stats for @spotify

  • 34.28 k

    Tweets

  • 17.75 k

    Following

  • 3.97 m

    Followers

  • 278

    Tweets last 30 days

  • 2.3k

    Avg. likes per Tweet

  • 83.8%

    Tweets with engagement

Spotify Technology StackBuildWith Logo

  • ads

    42 products used

    • Adap.TV
    • Adbrain
    • Adobe Audience Manager Sync
      • AdRoll
      • Ads.txt
      • Advertising.com
      • AppNexus
      • AppNexus Direct
      • AppNexus Segment Pixel
      • BlueKai
      • BlueKai DMP
      • Campanja
      • Conversant
      • DemDex
      • DoubleClick Bid Manager
      • DoubleClick.Net
      • Drawbridge
      • Evidon
      • Facebook Custom Audiences
      • Google Adsense
      • Google Direct
      • Google Remarketing
      • Index Exchange
      • IndexExchange Direct
      • IponWeb BidSwitch
      • Jumptap
      • Media Innovation Group
      • Openads/OpenX
      • OpenX Direct
      • Pubmatic
      • RadiumOne
      • Rocket Fuel
      • Rubicon Project
      • RubiconProject Direct
      • SpotXChange Direct
      • Swoop
      • Tapad
      • The Trade Desk
      • Twitter Ads
      • Yahoo Publisher Network
      • Yahoo Small Business
      • Yield Manager
  • analytics

    32 products used

    • Acxiom
    • Bing Universal Event Tracking
    • comScore
      • Datalogix
      • DoubleClick Floodlight
      • Facebook Domain Insights
      • Facebook Signal
      • Facebook Tag API
      • Google Analytics
      • Google Analytics 360 Suite
      • Google Analytics Enhanced Link Attribution
      • Google Analytics with Ad Tracking
      • Google Conversion Tracking
      • Google Optimize 360
      • Google Universal Analytics
      • Hotjar
      • Invite Media
      • KISSmetrics
      • Mixpanel
      • New Relic
      • Optimizely
      • Pingdom RUM
      • Rapleaf
      • SessionCam
      • SteelHouse
      • TellApart
      • Twitter Analytics
      • Twitter Conversion Tracking
      • Twitter Website Universal Tag
      • Visual IQ
      • Yahoo Dot
      • Yahoo Web Analytics
  • CDN

    6 products used

    • AJAX Libraries API
    • Akamai
    • CloudFront
      • Content Delivery Network
      • Fastly CDN
      • Yahoo Image CDN
  • cdns

    2 products used

    • Amazon CloudFront
    • Amazon S3 CDN
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Spotify Company CultureCultureAndCompensation Logo

  • Overall Culture

    C+

    69/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    83/100

  • Compensation

    C

    64/100

  • Diversity

    C+

    67/100

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Spotify News and Updates

Jan 18, 2021
How to Bust Your Spotify Feedback Loop and Find New Music
_3xOCqDoes the algorithm know you too well? Here’s how to shake up your recommendations for a more varied listening experience.
Jan 17, 2021
Apple, Google, and Spotify are still hosting podcasts by pro-Trump conspiracists and extremists
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementConspiracy theorists and pro-Trump extremists are using podcasts hosted on mainstream tech platforms to push misinformation, despite a widespread crackdown on individual social media accounts that push these ideas. The AP first reported that podcasts on Apple, Spotify, and Google were peddling claims that the US election was rigged, and that the January 6 US Capitol riots were staged, among other claims. Insider likewise found podcasts easily available on all three platforms that claimed President-elect Joe Biden's win was "a fraud." The podcast "Red Pill News", hosted by a user called RedPill78, described the US Capitol riots as "a staged event" in an episode aired January 11. That's still available on Apple Podcasts as of January 17. The AP found another podcast, "X22 Report", which said in one episode ahead of the Capitol riots: "We the people, we are the storm, and we're coming to DC." That is also available on Google's podcasting platform as of January 17. And Insider on Sunday found a third podcast, called "Quite Frankly" and hosted on Spotify, Apple, and Google, where the host characterized the election in a January 16 episode as "a stinky, smelly, suspicious election" in a wider rant about free speech. "Quite Frankly" has also hosted RedPill78 on prior episodes. The ongoing availability of these podcasts contrasts with the strict stance taken by several major tech firms to crack down on social media accounts pushing conspiracies, or apps that peddle hate, in the wake of the Capitol riots on January 6. Apple, for example, removed alternative social network Parler from its App Store on January 10, saying that the firm hadn't done enough to moderate violent speech in the run-up to the riots. Pro-Trump rioters reportedly used Parler and other platforms to plan the insurrection. Google likewise barred Parler, and explicitly banned some QAnon content from YouTube in October. It also announced it would penalize accounts that post election misinformation. Spotify, meanwhile, in November banned "War Room", a podcast hosted by former White House adviser Steve Bannon. The show was also suspended from Twitter and YouTube after Bannon suggested beheading the government's pandemic expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, and FBI director Christopher Wray. Yet, while the X22 Report podcast remains available via Apple, it has been suspended by YouTube, Spotify, and Twitter. Red Pill News' podcast description also states it is no longer available on YouTube. A fourth podcast "SoulWarrior Uncensored" is run by self-declared QAnon believer Melody Torres. According to the AP, she said she has been booted from Twitter. Her podcast remains available on Apple and Google, but was removed from Spotify after an inquiry by the AP. Oren Segal of ADL's Center on Extremism told AP: "Podcasts filled with hatred and incitement to violence should not be treated any differently than any other content. "If you're going to take a strong stance against hate and extremism in the platform in any way, it should be all-inclusive." Insider approached Spotify, Google, and Apple for comment.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why Pikes Peak is the most dangerous racetrack in America
Jan 11, 2021
Nigerian Afrobeats Musician Waconzy Releases Visuals For His Latest 2021 African Pop Song Titled 'MARRY YOU'. Out Now on Youtube Music, Vevo, Mtv, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play Music and Tik Tok
NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Legendary Nigerian afrobeats singer/songwriter Waconzy known by his evergreen song "I celebrate" delivers a 2021 youtube music video full of good vibes and good food for his latest pop wedding song titled “MARRY YOU.” This wedding, pop & love song is from his 3rd studio album titled "Afrobeats music legend". Produced by Mr Drill in Lagos Nigeria, MARRY YOU was shot in Puerto Viejo, Limon Costa Rica. The video was directed by Christian Bryant (Dj Chris).
Jan 10, 2021
The 21 books on Big Tech to watch out for in 2021, busting the scandalous inside stories and wild rise of giants like Facebook, SpaceX, and Spotify wide open
_3xOCq Summary List Placement2021 looks set to be a blockbuster year for books on Big Tech.  As COVID-19 continues to force millions around the world to stay at home, what better time could there be to brush up on the inside stories, secret scandals, and ingenious innovations from Silicon Valley and beyond? Highlights include "An Ugly Truth", the latest deep dive into Facebook from New York Times reporters Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang, which reveals how Facebook tried to deny its role in the spread of disinformation worldwide, and "Driven", the new book from Insider's very own Alex Davies, which charts Big Tech's battle to develop autonomous vehicles.  Check out our 21 books for 2021 below: 'Liftoff: Elon Musk and the Desperate Early Days That Launched SpaceX' Author: Eric Berger Summary: Drawing on unprecedented insider interviews with the people who were there from the beginning, Berger, senior space editor at Arts Technica, tells the story of how SpaceX went from unfathomable to unstoppable.   Publisher: William Morrow  Release date: March 2, 2021  Find it here.  'The Spotify Play: How CEO and Founder Daniel Ek Beat Apple, Google, and Amazon in the Race for Audio Dominance' Author: Sven Carlsson and Jonas Leijonhufvud Summary: Since launching in 2006, Spotify has become synonymous with the global music industry, with hundreds of thousands of songs being streamed on the platform every minute.  Swedish investigative tech journalists Carlsson and Leijonhufvud lift the lid on the firm's early struggles, and the stories that define the firm today.  Publisher: Diversion Books  Release date: Jan 26, 2021 Find it here.  'An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook's Battle for Domination' Author: Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang Summary: Two veteran New York Times reporters bring years of experience covering one of the world's biggest tech companies to a head with this in-depth dive into the world of Facebook.  Publisher: Harper  Release date: June 15, 2021  Find it here.  'Driven: The Race to Create the Autonomous Car' Author: Alex Davies Summary: This upcoming book from one of Insider's very own senior editors charts the dramatic battle between leading tech firms like Uber and Google to develop revolutionary autonomous vehicle technology.  Publisher: Simon & Schuster Release date: January 5, 2021 Find it here.  'The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley' Author: Jimmy Soni Summary: A long-time contributor to the likes of Slate, The Atlantic, and CNN, Soni's upcoming book delves into the origins of the infamous "PayPal mafia", a motley crew of tech geeks that would change the world of financial technology forever.  Publisher: Simon & Schuster Release date: August 10, 2021 Find it here.  'Mother of Invention: How Good Ideas Get Ignored in An Economy Built for Men' Author: Katrine Marçal Summary: In her latest work, Marçal, a Swedish writer, journalist and correspondent for Swedish daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter, lifts the lid on how everyday sexism prevents women from helping to change the world.  Publisher: William Collins  Release date: June 24, 2021 Find it here.  'TikTok Boom: China, the US and the Superpower Race for Social Media' Author: Chris Stokel-Walker Summary: What does TikTok mean for the future of technology? In his second book, author and Business Insider contributor Stokel-Walker digs deep into the past, present, and future of the trendiest – and one of the most controversial – social media app of the past few years.  Publisher: Canbury Press Release date: 15 April, 2021 Find it here.  'House of Wirecard' Author: Dan McCrum Summary: In June 2020, Wirecard, Germany's audacious fintech giant, was forced to file for insolvency after admitted around $2 billion was "missing".  In "House of Wirecard", McCrum reveals how he and a team of Financial Times colleagues uncovered one of Europe's biggest corporate fraud scandals of all time.  Publisher: Penguin  Release date: Unconfirmed    'Atlas of AI' Author: Kate Crawford Summary: In "Atlas of AI", Crawford, a senior principal researcher at Microsoft and cofounder of the AI Now Institute at New York University, tracks the impact of artificial intelligence on politics, the planet, and people.  Publisher: Yale University Press Release date: April 6, 2021 Find it here.  'The Voice Catchers: How Marketers Listen In to Exploit Your Feelings, Your Privacy, and Your Wallet' Author: Joseph Turow Summary: "According to scientists, your weight, height, age, race, and illnesses can also be determined from the sound of your voice," he writes. "Ultimately not only marketers – but also politicians and governments – may use voice profiling to infer characteristics about you to serve their interests, not yours or society's."  Publisher: Yale University Press  Release date: June 22, 2021 Find it here.  'This is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyber Weapons Arms Race' Author: Nicole Perlroth Summary: In her upcoming book, distinguished New York Times cybersecurity reporter Perlroth goes digging into the cyber-weapons market.  Publisher: Bloomsbury Release date: Feb 9, 2021 Find it here.  'Go Big: How to Fix Our World' Author: Ed Miliband Summary: Now back in frontline politics after a sabbatical spent hosting the 'Reasons to be Cheerful' podcast, Miliband's new book promises to be a manifesto for radical innovation, looking at how a combination of technology and new policy ideas could transform our world.   Publisher: Bodley Head  Release date: June 3, 2021 Find it here.  'Your Computer is On Fire' Author: Various, edited by Thomas S. Mullaney, Benjamin Peters, Mar Hicks, and Kavita Philip Summary: This collection of essays from leading academics is a call for radical action, warning society can no longer be "lulled into complacency by narratives of techno-utopianism." Publisher: The MIT Press  Release date: March 9, 2021 Find it here.  'Bear Markets and Beyond: A Bestiary of Business Terms' Author: Dhruti Shah and Dominic Bailey Summary: From bear hugs to unicorns, the worlds of business and finance are racked with terrifying terminology. As a host of tech companies look set to IPO in 2021, why not brush up on your lingo, with some animal-oriented inspiration?  Publisher: Portico Release date: April 6, 2021  Find it here.  'Undoing Optimization: Civic Action in Smart Cities' Author: Alison B. Powell Summary: In "Undoing Optimization", Powell, an associate professor of media and communication at the LSE and an affiliate of the Ada Lovelace Institute, examines how town planners, politicians, architects, and activists expect new technologies might transform life in the city.  Publisher: Yale University Press Release date: April 13, 2021  Find it here.  'Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future' Author: Elizabeth Kolbert Summary: This book offers a deep insight into the new world being created around us every day, including interviews with biologists trying to preserve the world's rarest fish, engineers turning carbon emissions to stone in Iceland, and physicists who are contemplating shooting tiny diamonds into the stratosphere to cool the earth. Publisher: Crown Release date: Feb 9, 2021  'Saving Social: The Dysfunctional Past and Promising Future of Social Media' Author: Ryan Holmes Summary: In "Saving Social", the founder and CEO of Hootsuite takes a hard look at growing concerns around social media building the world over.  Publisher: Advantage Media Group  Release date: January 12, 2021 Find it here.  'Whistleblower: My Unlikely Journey to Silicon Valley and Speaking Out Against Injustice' (Paperback edition) Author: Susan Fowler Summary: The paperback edition of Fowler's 2020 bestseller reveals the inside story of her stand against sexual harassment in Silicon Valley, which came just a short time before the downfall of her former boss, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.  Publisher: Penguin Books  Release date: Feb 16, 2021 Find it here.  'Hacker, Influencer, Faker, Spy: Intelligence Agencies in the Digital Age' Author: Rob Dover Summary: In his latest book, Dr Dover, a senior lecturer in Intelligence and International Security at the University of Leicester, uncovers how the shady world of international espionage has been forced to up its game in the age of social media.  Publisher: C Hurst & Co Publishers  Release date: 27 May, 2021 Find it here.  'Digital Authoritarianism in the Middle East: Deception, Disinformation and Social Media' Author: Marc Owen Jones Summary: In this upcoming book, Jones, an assistant professor of Middle East Studies at Hamad bin Khalifa University in Qatar, uncovers the full range of online tactics deployed by Gulf regimes and their allies to deceive domestic and international audiences. Publisher: C Hurst & Co Publishers  Release date: 24 June, 2021 Find it here.  'Data: A Guide to Humans' Author: Phil Harvey and Noelia Jiménez Martínez Summary: In their crowdfunded new release, the authors of "Data: A Guide to Humans" unveil how to properly exploit data, why it's important, and how companies and governments are using it right now.  Publisher: Unbound Release date: January 21, 2021  Find it here. 
Jan 05, 2021
How to delete your Spotify account, and erase your personal data and playlists
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementIf you find you are no longer using Spotify, you can delete your account — but you can only do so in an internet browser, not through the app. Before closing your account, make sure you're aware of the repercussions, and note that you can cancel your subscription without deleting your account altogether.  If you close your account, you won't be able to use your current username with Spotify again; you can, however, create a new account with the same email address. Additionally, you won't have access to your playlists and followers anymore. You'll also lose all the music you've saved to your library. Finally, if you're signed up for Spotify Premium with a student discount, you'll have to wait a full year until you can apply for that discount again. Here's how to close your account. How to delete your Spotify account To begin, you'll have to first navigate to Spotify's "Contact Customer Support" page. Make sure you're logged into the account that you want to delete. This will begin the process to close your account. 1. Click "Account." 2. Click "I want to close my account." 3. Verify that you actually want to permanently close your account, or just cancel your paid subscription. Click the black "Close Account" option on the left side to move forward with deletion. 4. This will bring you to a page that says "We're sad you want to leave us" and will begin the five-step process to close your account. Click the blue "Continue" button to move forward after each step. 5. Verify that you're signed into the right account. Click the blue "Continue" button. 6. Spotify will warn you that you'll lose your followers and playlists. Check the box confirming you understand the consequences, and click the blue "Continue" button. 7. Click "Continue" again on the next page. You'll receive an email — sent to the account you signed up with — to confirm you still want to close your account. 8. Open the link you received and click the final "Close My Account" option. This appears as a green button, and must be clicked within 24 hours of receiving the email. Related coverage from Tech Reference: You can get a free Hulu subscription with Spotify, but only if you're a college student — here's what you need to know How to unlink a Spotify account from your PS4 in 2 different ways How to stop Spotify from opening on startup on your Mac computer, in 2 different ways How to connect your Spotify account to Facebook using a computer or mobile device How to put a song on repeat on your iPhone in Apple Music or Spotify SEE ALSO: The best iPhone for every type of person and budget Join the conversation about this story »

Spotify Blogs

Jan 19, 2021
Spotify’s ‘Morning Coffee’ Franchise: A Daily Original News Podcast Brewed Especially for Latin America
Those who like to start their day with news podcasts look for intriguing and accurate stories served up by established journalists. So two years ago, Spotify started partnering with some of the most respected news outlets in Latin America to create country-specific news podcasts. Since then, our Morning Coffee podcasts have grown into a franchise... Read more » The post Spotify’s ‘Morning Coffee’ Franchise: A Daily Original News Podcast Brewed Especially for Latin America appeared first on Spotify.
Jan 15, 2021
Meet Flo Milli, the Alabama Rapper Speaking to Gen Z—and Spotify’s Fourth U.S. RADAR Artist
Stream rapper Flo Milli’s mixtape and you’ll hear simultaneously bubbly and assertive tracks covering the 21-year-old’s take on money, men, self-empowerment, and jealousy. The Atlanta-based Alabama native, who grew up singing in her church choir, has been using her voice for some time. “It was mandatory for me to be in the choir,” Flo told... Read more » The post Meet Flo Milli, the Alabama Rapper Speaking to Gen Z—and Spotify’s Fourth U.S. RADAR Artist appeared first on Spotify.
Jan 12, 2021
4 Tips to Make the Most of Your 2021 Wrapped
Every December, Spotify unveils your yearly Wrapped, a personalized in-app experience that celebrates the music and podcasts you’ve streamed the most that year. It’s something our listeners look forward to all year long. The results are always a surprise—and more so in some ways than others. Last month, when you opened your 2020 Wrapped, did... Read more » The post 4 Tips to Make the Most of Your 2021 Wrapped appeared first on Spotify.
Jan 11, 2021
How to Share Your Favorite Songs with Your Child Through Shared Playlists on the Spotify Kids App
Since we first unveiled the Spotfy Kids app in October 2019 for Spotify Premium Family subscribers, young listeners have been able to explore a playground of sound and begin a lifelong love of music through a standalone app designed just for them. We’ve also been listening to parents during this time and have been committed... Read more » The post How to Share Your Favorite Songs with Your Child Through Shared Playlists on the Spotify Kids App appeared first on Spotify.
Jan 05, 2021
Rapper Bas Explores Afropop Superstar Bobi Wine’s Influence on ‘The Messenger’ Podcast
In 1994, Gil Scott-Heron’s spoken word track “A Message to the Messengers,” implored artists to use their influence to improve and advocate for their communities. Now, building on Scott-Heron’s concept, comes The Messenger, a new investigative documentary podcast that introduces audiences to places, genres, and questions of deep cultural and political importance that have rarely... Read more » The post Rapper Bas Explores Afropop Superstar Bobi Wine’s Influence on ‘The Messenger’ Podcast appeared first on Spotify.
Dec 29, 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Look Back on 2020—and Forward to 2021—With Special Guests in a New Holiday Special
While 2020 proved to be a challenging year that forced many to adapt to new realities, it also showed how people can thrive amidst change and find ways to look deeper at themselves. Today, in a new standalone Holiday Special produced by Archewell Audio and Gimlet, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reflect back on... Read more » The post The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Look Back on 2020—and Forward to 2021—With Special Guests in a New Holiday Special appeared first on Spotify.

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When was Spotify founded?
Spotify was founded in 2006.
Who are Spotify key executives?
Spotify's key executives are Daniel Ek, Dawn Ostroff and Paul Vogel.
How many employees does Spotify have?
Spotify has 4,405 employees.
What is Spotify revenue?
Latest Spotify annual revenue is €6.76 b.
What is Spotify revenue per employee?
Latest Spotify revenue per employee is €1.54 m.
Who are Spotify competitors?
Competitors of Spotify include SoundCloud, Pandora and Deezer.
Where is Spotify headquarters?
Spotify headquarters is located at Regeringsgatan 19, Stockholm.
Where are Spotify offices?
Spotify has offices in Stockholm, Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston and 42 other locations
How many offices does Spotify have?
Spotify has 48 offices.

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