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Louis Gray

Louis Gray


I am thrilled we finally made it happen.

Louis Gray and I have been working to get him on The A-List since almost the beginning of the program. He’s an absolute must-have on the show, or any how on technology and the Silicon Valley.

He’s incredibly nice and accessible and shares his thoughts on his advisory group, influence and being an early adopter. Listen here:

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Learn more about Louis from his bio:

I am the Managing Director of New Media at Paladin Advisors Group, a new consultancy focused on Marketing, Public Relations, Sales Process, New Media and Advisory. Clients of Paladin include a wide variety of customers, from enterprise technology firms to fledgling startups. Paladin is focused on helping startups ready themselves for launch, and helping established firms strategically deploy social media, marketing, and demand generation. You can find out more on Paladin at or on Twitter at

Previous to my position at Paladin, I worked as the director of corporate marketing at BlueArc, a Silicon Valley technology company in the high performance network storage space, from January 2001 to April 2009, with a focus on public relations, demand generation and content creation. Prior to BlueArc, I was the Web Marketing Manager for 3Cube, a communications application service provider, sold to Oracle in 2001. Prior to 3Cube, I was an e-commerce analyst for Internet Valley, Inc.

I earned my degree from UC Berkeley in 1999, double majoring in Political Science and Mass Communications, where I also worked as the Online Editor for the school newspaper, The Daily Californian, also holding reporter positions, covering crime the UC regents and city council. I first started working in Silicon Valley back in 1998, and live, with my wife, in Sunnyvale, California. In addition to technology, I hold a passion for sports, closely following the Oakland A’s, California Golden Bears and Sacramento Kings, enjoy electronic music, politics and media.

In the last year, I have participated in speaking roles or panels at LeWeb, the SXSW Interactive conference, Defrag, the Inbound Marketing Summit, and BlogWorld Expo – and am always willing to discuss the future of the Web, social media, and Silicon Valley technology, should you be interested in my participating. I am also open to meeting with companies and groups on a per-hour or per-day basis.

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