Prior to One Kings Lane, Mack was CEO and co-founder of Scene7, the leading rich media platform provider for the e-commerce industry, supporting websites such as Nike, QVC, Macyâ€™s, Williams-Sonoma, Lands End and more than 700 additional global properties. Mack completed the successful sale of Scene7 to Adobe Systems in May 2007. Mack then joined the executive team at Adobe where he was vice president and general manager of digital imaging and dynamic media, where he provided leadership for flagship properties such as PhotoshopÂ® and Flash MediaÂ®.
Mack has a longstanding passion for the consumer and e-commerce industries, previously serving as CEO and co-founder of Goodhome.com, one of the first home dÃ©cor sites on the web. Before this, as executive vice president of the Home Division for Broderbund Software, Mack drove the growth of leading consumer technology properties. Mack was also a consultant with McKinsey & Company and began his career with General Electric.
As CEO, Doug Mack is helping to create one of the most exciting online brands today. An e-commerce and consumer-industry veteran, Doug was CEO and co-founder of Scene7, the leading rich-media platform for e-commerce, powering websites for retailers such as Nike, QVC, Macy’s, and Williams-Sonoma.
After completing the sale of Scene7 to Adobe, he joined the Adobe executive team, where he provided leadership for flagship properties such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Flash Media. Previously Doug served as executive vice president of the home division for Broderbund Software. A Boston College graduate, Doug began his career at General Electric and later joined McKinsey & Company. Doug and his family live in a Tuscan-style home in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Jun 17, 2010 - Apr, 2014
2009 - Jan, 2013
Jan 10, 2001 - Jun 15, 2010
Vice President & General Manager, Digital Imaging and Dynamic Media
2007 - Jan, 2010
EVP, Home Productivity Division
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FMP, CAS and CBD
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