Gordon is currently consulting on blockchain projects. Previously he was VP of Marketing for Lampix, the first hardware and software solution that turns any surface into a smart, augmented reality surface and the first blockchain based ‘image mining’ network for augmented reality. PIX is the world's first decentralized human-in-the-loop platform for image sourcing, labeling, and detection to enable the next generation of computer vision applications. Lampix won the SXSW Accelerator pitch event for the AR/VR Category in 2017.
Previously he headed up Marketing for YouVisit an immersive technology and services company with over 75 employees in NYC working with clients across Education, Travel, Brand Marketing and Digital Agency verticals.
Before joining YouVisit, Gordon initiated digital marketing strategies for Sirius Satellite radio for 11 years helping the company move from a risky disruptive entertainment company to established dominance with over 30 million subscribers. Before taking satellite radio mainstream into the public arena, Gordon was an early pioneer in digital advertising and website creation space at Razorfish servicing fortune 100 clients as they formulated their digital strategy in the 1990s. Gordon honed his marketing skills in the leadership program at J. Walter Thompson advertising working alongside some of the best and brightest in traditional marketing consulting for Warner-Lambert, Kelloggs, Unilever and Merck pharmaceuticals.
Gordon has been featured on NPR’s All Tech Considered, as well as publications such as INC Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Skift and Brandchannel among others. In 2015 Gordon was named “Top 40 under 40 Brand Marketers” by Brand Innovators a premier Marketing industry think tank. Gordon currently sits on the Board of Advisors for BWG Strategy an invite-only network for senior executives across technology, media and telecom. Additionally, Gordon sits on the Board of Directors for a local Brooklyn Soup Kitchen and homeless shelter. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two daughters
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