Mark Jeffrey is currently Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Glossi, Inc. which lets anyone create and share rich digital magazines.
Mark is a serial Internet entrepreneur, podcast pioneer and novelist. Previous to Glossi, Mark was co-founder and CEO of This Week In, a web television network. His first novel, Max Quick: The Pocket and the Pendant, was published by Harper Collins in 2011 and received over 2.5 million downloads as a podcast audiobook.
Before that, Mark was CTO of Mahalo.com, Inc., a human-powered search engine.
Prior to that, Mark co-founded business social networking company ZeroDegrees, Inc. and sold it to IAC/InteractiveCorp in 2004. He also was CEO and co-founder of SuperSig, Inc., an html email company.
His first company, The Palace, Inc., backed by Time Warner, Intel and Softbank, was a wildly popular virtual world that grew to 10 million users at its peak. It was was selected â€˜The Best of 1996â€² by Entertainment Weekly received numerous awards and coverage including a Webby Award nomination. Mark sold the company to Communities.com in 1998.
Mark has been named on of â€˜50 to Watchâ€™ by Variety Magazine presented as a featured speaker at the very first Harvard University Conference on the Internet and Society in 1996. Mark holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire.
- 05/17/10 -techcrunch.com