Marc leads worldwide strategic and platform partnerships at Dropbox.Prior to Dropbox, Marc built and led business development, sales, marketing, communications, social media and content operations at StumbleUpon after its spin-out from eBay, helping more than 3x users (+20M) (including scaling mobile from zero to 11M+ installs) and 10x revenue (http://go.bloomberg.com/tech-deals/2013-09-18-decade-old-stumbleupon-finds-profits-in-the-mobile-era/).
Prior to StumbleUpon, Marc led various parts of Google's global partnership initiatives over seven years, during which time he helped build and manage several multibillion-dollar search, advertising and software businesses, and forged several of the company's landmark revenue and distribution relationships on desktop and mobile. For his work, Marc was recognized with a Founders' Award (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GoogleFounders'Award) and an office the size of a janitorial closet.
Prior to Google, Marc co-founded a web-based financial services start-up, was responsible for corporate development for a publicly traded software firm and was an investment banker. Before his mind started turning to mush, he could consistently complete the Sunday NYTimes crossword puzzle in under 15 minutes.