Jason Spero is the Head of Global Mobile Sales & Strategy at Google. Jason is responsible for leading the sales and partner management teams that provide services and solutions to thousands of advertisers, developers and publishers.
He joined Google in May 2010 as part of the company’s acquisition of AdMob where he was Vice President and General Manager of North America responsible for Strategy and Operations. In this role, he also led the company’s sales, business development and marketing teams. Jason has more than eight years of experience in product, marketing and general management functions in mobile.
Before joining AdMob, Jason was an Entrepreneur In Residence at Redpoint Ventures where he focused on mobile applications, services and infrastructure.
Prior to Redpoint, Jason was Senior Vice President of Marketing at Digital Chocolate where he was responsible for worldwide product, marketing and distribution.
Previously Jason was a director of product management at Openwave where he led their Client and Instant Messaging product teams.
Jason holds a Bachelor's Degree from Amherst College. An MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Vice President, Performance Media
Sep 15, 2014 - Current (about 2 years)
Head, Global Mobile Sales & Strategy
2012 - Current (over 4 years)
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|Mar 17, 2015||Venture Beat - MC Hammer, marketing tech, mobile insight: all the top sessions from Mobile Summit 2015|
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