Robb McDaniels

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Robb McDaniels is an entrepreneur who founded INgrooves in 2001, a digital-only music distribution company, with Matt Burns and Adam Hiles.

Early Life[edit]

Born in London to American parents, Robb attended Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut as well as the London School of Economics. He is based in Isolation Networks’ San Francisco, California headquarters.


McDaniel’s leadership and innovative thinking has attracted the likes of Forbes magazine,[1] Los Angeles Times,[2] New York Times, Business Week, Entrepreneur, and many others. In 2013 he was asked to give the keynote address at the annual gathering of the National Association of Music Retailers (NARM).[3] He was also recently named to Billboard Magazine’s 2012 “40 under 40 – Power Players on the Rise” [4] and was named in 2010 to Digital Media Wire’s “25 Executives to Watch in Digital Media”.


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