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Marc Randolph is a top entrepreneur and innovation keynote speaker. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Netflix, an angel investor, and an Amazon #1 bestselling author of That Will Never Work.
With over 40 years of experience, Marc Randolph, co-founder and former CEO and Netflix, has proved to be an expert on business strategies and innovations. By fostering creativity and turning ideas into realities, Randolph has created several successful business ventures, including many he founded. A veteran of Silicon Valley, he has founded, invested in, and served as an advisor to many successful start-ups over four decades.
Before founding Netflix in 1996, where he served as CEO, executive web producer and board member, Marc Randolph was on the founding team of several successful start-ups, all of which went on to become IPOs. Since his retirement from Netflix, Randolph has served as board member, advisor, and mentor for executives in a variety of industries.
Marc Randolph’s experience, wisdom, and inspiration apply to all businesses and industries. By motivating audiences to think differently, he is able to help businesses achieve success. Most recently, Randolph co-founded an analytics software company, Looker Data Sciences, and serves as an operational advisor. With knowledge and experience that applies to any business or industry, Randolph seamlessly translates his wisdom into meaningful acumen and inspiration to all types of audiences.
Marc Randolph is a regular keynote speaker at industry events, where he delivers inspirational messages about overcoming adversity, anecdotes relating to the starting and growing of Netflix, and concrete takeaways for how others can bring innovation back to their companies. He is a frequent speaker at industry events, works extensively with young entrepreneurial programs, sits on the board of the environmental advocacy group 1% for the Planet, and chairs the National Outdoor Leadership School’s Board of Trustees.