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Chuck Fishman

Director of Industry Marketing and Development
Acquia, Inc.

As Director of Industry Marketing and Development, Chuck Fishman leads Acquia's engagements in the industry areas of Media and Entertainment and Retail and Consumer Brands. This includes directing Acquia's go to market approach towards various segments of these industries including fashion retail outlets, consumer product makers, producers of TV and film, book and magazine publishers, broadcast networks and digital media. Acquia enables companies across all industries to develop and manage amazing digital experiences for desktop web, mobile, native apps, digital screens and other internet of things applications.

At Cisco Systems for 5 years, Fishman managed media and entertainment partnerships for the technology giant including developing the company’s partnership with the Warner Music Group. In 2011, after leaving Cisco, Chuck successfully launched the official.fm music promotion platform for record labels. His work with official.fm partner Rostrum Records led to successful digital releases for superstar rappers Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller.

In his spare time away from Acquia, Fishman also manages partnerships and digital marketing for the legendary George Clinton & P-Funk All Stars, and in the past other major artists such as Blush and Duran Duran. His direct work in both the music and technology industries ensure he has deep a knowledge base of the digital methods content creators can use to grow, engage, and monetize audiences. He also is on the Interactive Advertising Bureau's (IAB) Digital Video and Social Media Committees helping to steer industry standards for digital media practitioners, and participates in the IAB's Native Advertising, Local, B2B, and Mobile Advertising Committees.

Chuck has broad media and entertainment experience - from 1997 to 2007, he developed and produced new radio programming ventures for iHeartMedia, Bloomberg, CNET Networks (CBS Interactive) and the Wall Street Journal (News Corp).

You can read more about Acquia's presence in both media and digital retail here:
Media + Entertainment - https://www.acquia.com/solutions/media-entertainment
Retail + Consumer Brands - https://www.acquia.com/solutions/consumer-brands

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