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Mark Goldenson

Mark Goldenson
Founder/CEO, PlayCafe


Mark Goldenson, CEO, has eight years of experience in launching internet services. Mark was a product manager at PayPal where he managed high-volume user flows such as registration and PayPal’s in-house CRM for 1,300 service agents. Mark previously co-founded and was COO of Woosh, a startup that created back-end integrated storefronts for small businesses. Woosh was a finalist in the 1998 Stanford E-Challenge and raised $21 million in funding.
Mark also co-founded the Stanford Bazaar, a local online marketplace acquired by Stanford, and founded the Stanford Squash Team, home to national champion Lily Lorentzen and world champion coach Mark Talbott. Mark also founded a Stanford philosophy club and researched brain imaging of lucid dreams for four years in the Stanford Psychophysiology Laboratory. Mark has completed coursework for a B.A. in Human Biology and a minor in Symbolic Systems from Stanford.


Strategy and Business Models
Location: 2022 Level: Novice
Liz Gannes (GigaOm / NewTeeVee), Loic Le Meur (LeWeb), Mark Goldenson (PlayCafe), John Ham (Ustream.TV)
When we give users the ability to create and distribute our own content, we don't just restrict ourselves to the one-way entertainment methods of yore. We participate, collaborate, communicate and mash up. This panel focus on interactivity and online video as they fold out over web communities, take advantage of live personal video, and incorporate favorite activities like games. Read more.