Neal is responsible for Google's display advertising offerings across desktop and mobile devices. This includes the Google Display Network, AdSense, AdMob, Ad Exchange, InviteMedia, AdMeld and our suite of DoubleClick products. His efforts have focused on growing the overall industry by bringing innovative solutions to Google's advertiser and publisher partners around the world. Neal is a regular speaker at industry events and was listed as one of Ad Age's 10 Most Influential Players in Marketing in 2011.
Prior to joining Google through the DoubleClick acquisition in 2008, he was senior vice president of strategy and product development at DoubleClick, building the company's strategic plan, leading the product management team in its execution, and growing the business rapidly. Previously, Neal held various leadership positions at DoubleClick and NetGravity in technology development, business operations, and client services. In this process he played a key role in pioneering the digital marketing industry. He has also served in strategy and consulting roles at Microsoft and Accenture.
Neal has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He also has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
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