Mark Organ is the founder and CEO of Influitive, helping companies mobilize their advocates to produce massive increases in referral leads, reference calls, social media participation and more. Mark first revolutionized B2B marketing as the founding CEO of Eloqua (ELOQ), the world leader in marketing automation software, which was recently acquired for $871M. In between, he was a go-to-market consultant for SaaS companies in North America and Asia.
Mark has also helped over a dozen software companies successfully go to market in asymmetrical or disruptive ways as a consultant and entrepreneur. With an M.S. in Neuroscience from Northwestern University and a passion for understanding human psychology, Mark is a dynamic speaker with a unique vision centered not only in business success and technological innovation, but also how and why people think, act and interact the way they do.
|Aug 7, 2017||EU Startups - SaaStock 2017: Bigger, bolder, wiser|
|Mar 10, 2017||First Round Capital Review - Why You Need Two Chiefs in the Executive Office|
|Mar 9, 2017||Mattermark - Mattermark Daily – Thursday, March 9th, 2017|
|Jan 26, 2017||BetaKit - Today in company updates: Influitive, 500px, Kindred Systems, GoFetch, Nymi|
|Nov 25, 2016||WSJ - ATD - Baffled by Donald Trump, Analysts Tell Investors to Bet on Motorcycles and Pizza|
|Nov 10, 2016||The Globe and Mail - Trump victory could be a win for Canadian tech|
|Sep 27, 2016||Venture Beat - Adam Goldstein, avoiding Chinese airlines, and Snapchat’s biggest problem – VB Engage|
|Sep 20, 2016||Venture Beat - Mark Organ, bad Kardashians, and the benevolence of Facebook – VB Engage|