The global leader for SaaS XR and engagement software, MyXR Inc, announced the official addition of Brandon “Stix” Salaam-Bailey to its international team. A rapper, entrepreneur, activist, and founder of ThinkWatts Foundation, Stix would be assisting the MyXR team to develop new platforms locally, nationally, and internationally while working with the local communities.
“The future of B2B, Education, Fashion, Music, Sports and beyond will include MyXR,” said Brandon Salaam-Bailey, also known as Stix from Watts. “I am here to align myself with this innovative company that has proven to me to be able to scale globally while remaining culturally sensitive and conscious in the world of tech, an industry where there is the least amount of diversity when it comes to executive positions and ownership. I’m excited for what’s to come with our alignment of missions and the creation of new opportunities.”
The Watts, Inglewood, and South Los Angeles communities have seen a significant positive impact through the work put in by Stix and the ThinkWatts Foundation. A new album called “Megawatts: Born in the Riots”, was released by Stix as a tribute to the community.
With the announcement of the MyXR Foundation and a provision to welcome underrepresented investor groups into the pre-IPO company, MyXR Inc has expressed its commitment to underserved and underrepresented communities.
“After years of working together unofficially, we are stoked to have Stix officially on the MyXR team,” stated Hans Koch, Chairman, and CEO of MyXR Inc. “What Stix and the ThinkWatts Foundation mean to the LA community is a template for inspiration, leadership, and opportunity. The alignment of our missions allows us to bring additional resources and opportunities to LA and beyond, creating inspiration with our software, and unlocking the potential of some of our greatest communities.”
MyXR and Stix will provide VR headsets to various primary, middle, and secondary schools throughout Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties to celebrate their partnership. Moreover, they will also pick a junior advisory board for the company from the students of LAUSD.
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