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Fibers Head of Sales

Local Address: New York, New York, United States
Google Inc
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, California 94043
United States

Company Description: Google Inc. maintains an index of Websites and other online content, and makes this information freely available to anyone with an Internet connection. The...   more
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Google does not offer bulk ...
www.kansascity.com, 1 July 2013 [cached]
Google does not offer bulk discounts for building owners, Google Fibers head of sales Mike Gottfried said, although it does allow the payments to be made in installments over one year.
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The Internet company offers to reimburse property owners for the construction fees based on how many people in the building sign up for paid service from Google, Gottfried said.
Mike Gottfried, Head of ...
blog.cmbinfo.com, 22 Feb 2013 [cached]
Mike Gottfried, Head of Industry, Retail at Google gave a great overview of the company's vision for the future and debunked the idea that Google+ was developed to be in direct competition with Facebook. He talked about Google's approach to mobile (predicting that soon more people will own smartphones than computers) and their commitment to launching new products and innovations, first on mobile and then on traditional platforms. He suggested that we not think of Google+ as a channel, but rather as a "common thread" for their product and services.
Mike GottfriedRetail, ...
www.wbr.co.uk, 2 Mar 2008 [cached]
Mike GottfriedRetail, Regional Business Manager
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Mike Gottfried, one of the founders of Google's NYC office, has been an integral part of the company's explosive growth for nearly seven-and-a-half years, and has worked with advertisers from various industries as they began exploring the online space.Mike now serves as the NYC Regional Business Manager for Retail, and oversees all aspects of his team's relationships with partners and clients.He currently concentrates on luxury goods and apparel, but has handled a diverse array of retailers, including department stores, multi-channel sellers, and consumer electronics specialists.In his role as Regional Business Manager, Mike not only manages client relationships, but also advocates for retailers' interests with both Google's advertising and product organizations including online and offline products, working to maximize reach and ROI.Over the past seven-plus years, he has met with hundreds of clients - online pure-plays, catalogue companies, auction sites, traditional brick-and-mortar stores, aggregators, and beyond - to discuss their challenges and goals.These experiences have provided him with a unique and broad perspective on what it takes to succeed in today's online marketplace - and how to truly take advantage of the web as a marketing vehicle.Prior to joining Google, Mike was the Retail Team Lead at AllAdvantage.
Scott Motyka | The CMB Research Blog
blog.cmbinfo.com, 19 Jan 2012 [cached]
Mike Gottfried, Head of Industry, Retail at Google gave a great overview of the company’s vision for the future and debunked the idea that Google+ was developed to be in direct competition with Facebook. He talked about Google’s approach to mobile (predicting that soon more people will own smartphones than computers) and their commitment to launching new products and innovations, first on mobile and then on traditional platforms. He suggested that we not think of Google+ as a channel, but rather as a “common thread†for their product and services.
customer engagement | The CMB Research Blog
blog.cmbinfo.com [cached]
Mike Gottfried, Head of Industry, Retail at Google gave a great overview of the company’s vision for the future and debunked the idea that Google+ was developed to be in direct competition with Facebook. He talked about Google’s approach to mobile (predicting that soon more people will own smartphones than computers) and their commitment to launching new products and innovations, first on mobile and then on traditional platforms. He suggested that we not think of Google+ as a channel, but rather as a “common thread†for their product and services.
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