Mark Frieser’s career spans three decades. He is a serial entrepreneur and global thought leader in entertainment and interactive content. His expertise spans music, technology, telecommunications, marketing, e-commerce, event production, public speaking and journalism.
Mark is the Founder and CEO of the music licensing agency, Sync Exchange and also Founder and CEO of the SyncSummit event series, where thousands of people in music film and TV come together annually.
He has also worked with telco IDT’s Internet Group, Jerusalem Venture Partner’s Citypulse, Nielsen Mobile, and his own mobile market consultancy, Consect, as well as been involved with a myriad of companies, including: AOL, GE, CBS, Viacom, Sony, AT&T Verizon Starz Entertainment New Line Cinema and many many more.
Mark is also a public speaker and moderator and has been featured at numerous events all around the world and his market research data have been quoted extensively in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Forbes, CNN, The New York Times, USA Today, NPR, the New York Post, The Economist, the LA Times and Wired.
Mark was gracious enough to spend some time with us discussing his career and what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur. Here’s our interview with Mark Frieser…