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Nextory is one of Europe’s largest streaming services for audiobooks and e-books. The app was founded in 2015 by the serial entrepreneurs Shadi Bitar and Ninos Malki. Since then, the company has developed into a fast-growing platform that enables the unlimited distribution of stories and knowledge in various digital formats.
Together with its subscribers, Nextory shares a great passion for literature of all kinds and strives to be an independent and natural place where everyone can easily find their next story. This goes hand-in-hand with the vision to increase reading around the world to enrich people’s lives and thereby contribute to increased well-being, personal development, and a strengthened democracy. Today, Nextory’s catalogue contains over 1 000 000 titles, and the app is available in ten markets around Europe with headquarters in Stockholm.
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