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Everette Taylor

Everette Taylor is a four-time entrepreneur, marketing executive, public speaker and writer. His entrepreneurial career started at the age of 19 with his first company which was acquired 2 years later. Since then he has founded the marketing firm MilliSense where he serves as CEO, co-founded GrowthHackers.com where he served as VP of Growth, and recently founded the company PopSocial – the software company that provides affordable solution for brands to grow on social media where he also serves as CEO.

About Everette Taylor

Everette Taylor is a four-time entrepreneur, marketing executive, public speaker and writer. His entrepreneurial career started at the age of 19 with his first company which was acquired 2 years later. Since then he has founded the marketing firm MilliSense where he serves as CEO, co-founded GrowthHackers.com where he served as VP of Growth, and recently founded the company PopSocial – the software company that provides affordable solution for brands to grow on social media where he also serves as CEO.

His work also includes serving as CMO of the on-demand rental car company Skurt and before that serving as CMO of the e-commerce company StickerMule, Head of Growth for new projects at Microsoft, Head of Marketing for Qualaroo (acquired by Xenon Ventures), and as an advisor to We Are Onyx – a beauty box subscription service for women of color. He has also been tabbed as the National Brand Ambassador for NASA's Technology Transfer Program and Startup Initiative.

As a public speaker, Taylor has traveled all over the world speaking about entrepreneurship, personal growth, and marketing. He co-authored "Startup Growth Engines" which was the #1 best selling book on Amazon. Taylor is also passionate about diversity in tech, serving as an ambassador to CODE2040, Black Girls Code, and Wonder Women Tech as well as having his own scholarship fund for underrepresented college students. He has been called a “marketing genius” by Forbes, a “marketing star” by Fortune Magazine, “an innovator who’s changing the consumer marketing game” by Black Enterprise, and most recently "one of the most influential African Americans in 2017" by The Root.

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