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Mark Taylor
Senior Vice President New Media Strategies, Weather Decision Technologies / iMap

Website | @marktwx

Senior Vice President New Media Strategies

Mark Taylor is the visionary who led the teams that developed and deployed the world’s first products which integrated real time weather and traffic information into an interactive mapping platform. These products have evolved into WDT’s iMap platform of today.

Prior to joining WDT, Mark was with The Weather Channel Interactive as “Vice President of Mashups and General Manager of Weather Bonk” , before that he spent 2 years at Fox Interactive Media as the Vice President of Weather and Traffic Strategy and Services. Mark spent a total of 12 years at WSI before that in two different stints, mainly focusing on sales and business development within the television broadcast and cable industries.


Location: California
Daniel Chu (Google, Inc.), Chris Conway (Trulia, Inc.), Mark Taylor (Weather Decision Technologies / iMap), Robert Fritchie (Weather Decision Technologies)
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