Mark is a marketing, business development and management exec and serial Internet entrepreneur. He is senior director at Oracle Marketing Cloud responsible for B2C industry vertical marketing. Previously, he founded GameDaily and grew it to be Comscore #1 games content destination and ad network acquired by AOL in 2006. <br> <br>Mark served as Director of Games at AOL and publisher of GameDaily until November 2007. In 2008, he co-founded a strategic consulting firm, Worlds and Games, focusing on mobile, games, community, ads and monetization. From 1999-2004, he was CEO and co-founder Gigex, Inc. a pioneer CDN in demo and trailer download distribution and the leading free game download service with a partner network that included Yahoo, MSN and 50 other sites. From 1997-1999, Mark was founder and CEO of V-Cast, Inc, the first provider of Internet push delivery content which was acquired by Verizon Wireless. He spent 6 years in Europe where he was Managing Director of Teleworld Sweden AB, a division of Philips Media, that developed and operated interactive television-based online entertainment and transaction services with MTV Europe, RTL and other major European broadcasters. Mark´s first venture was starting and Sweden´s first chain of cookie stores, www.americancookies.se <br><br>Mark is a recognized as an internet advertising and entertainment media expert and is a frequently invited speaker and panelist at industry events including AdTech, OMMA, CES, E3, IMedia, Digital Hollywood, Digital Media Wire, EMA, MI6, Tech Council of So Cal, Jupiter and other events. He earned a BA from Hamilton College.

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Summits Attended

iMedia Agency Summit

Media Re-Defined -- What Clients Want

iMedia Agency Summit

Engagement is the New Reach

iMedia Other Summit

iMedia Summit 2005

iMedia Brand Summit

iMedia Brand Summit

iMedia Other Summit

iMedia Summit

My Articles

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GameDAILY's Mark Friedler talks about "The Apprentice," video games and why they should matter to interactive marketers.