Creating Your Own Lane in the Tech World

Creating Your Own Lane in the Tech World

Oct 25 '18 6:30pm - Oct 25 '18 8:30pm @ Serendipity Labs Hollywood, Hollywood
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Everette Taylor is a serial entrepreneur and marketing executive. He started his first company EZ Events at the age of 19 and successfully sold it 2 years later. Since the start of his entrepreneurial journey, Everette has built four million-dollar companies before the age of 30.

He now serves as CEO of ET Enterprises, an assortment of brands that include social media software company PopSocial, marketing firm MilliSense, software company/website community GrowthHackers, drug & alcohol addiction app Hayver and most recently Art Noire – a platform to highlight visual artists of color and provide them with business tools.

As a marketing executive, he helped lead both Qualaroo and Skurt to successful acquisitions, oversaw growth for new mobile apps for Microsoft China, and led e-commerce company Sticker Mule to unprecedented growth as their youngest executive ever at the age of 25.

He has been called a “marketing genius” by Forbes, a “marketing star” by Fortune Magazine, and “an inn...
Everette Taylor is a serial entrepreneur and marketing executive. He started his first company EZ Events at the age of 19 and successfully sold it 2 years later. Since the start of his entrepreneurial journey, Everette has built four million-dollar companies before the age of 30.

He now serves as CEO of ET Enterprises, an assortment of brands that include social media software company PopSocial, marketing firm MilliSense, software company/website community GrowthHackers, drug & alcohol addiction app Hayver and most recently Art Noire – a platform to highlight visual artists of color and provide them with business tools.

As a marketing executive, he helped lead both Qualaroo and Skurt to successful acquisitions, oversaw growth for new mobile apps for Microsoft China, and led e-commerce company Sticker Mule to unprecedented growth as their youngest executive ever at the age of 25.

He has been called a “marketing genius” by Forbes, a “marketing star” by Fortune Magazine, and “an innovator who’s changing the consumer marketing game” by Black Enterprise. Most recently he was named one of the “100 Most influential African-Americans” by the Root and Forbes 30 Under 30.
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