Rolling Stone called him: “The 20-year-old CEO is music’s baby-face mogul who wants to build the MTV of tomorrow”.
Meet Jacob Pace, CEO of Flighthouse – the largest media brand on TikTok in the US with 26 million followers – who has worked with celebrities like Ariana Grande.
If the US blocks the hugely popular Chinese social media app, what would this mean for his young empire and the content brand built for Generation Z?
“It would be a little bit of a setback. But we would just need to roll with the punches”
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