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Max is president of Max Goldberg & Associates (MGA), a consultancy that assists companies from the Fortune 500 to start-ups, formulate branding and business strategies, create marketing plans and build promotional alliances. Clients include: Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks, Walt Disney, Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, MBNA, Music Choice Europe, Mommy & Me, New Line Home Entertainment, Vivendi Universal Interactive, and other companies in North America, Europe and Japan.
Prior to forming MGA, Max was Vice President, Integrated Marketing for Walt Disney Internet Group, where he was responsible for branding DIG, database marketing, media, research, e-commerce enhancements, promotional alliances, loyalty programs, sponsorships affiliate programs and e-commerce strategies.
He moved to Disney Internet Group from Walt Disney Home Entertainment where spent six years as Vice President, Promotions. At WDHE he directed consumer and account specific retail tie-ins for new Walt Disney Company home entertainment releases, as well as the company's extensive DVD/video library. Additionally, he originated WDHE's presence on the Internet, creating both its consumer and business-to-business websites.
Prior to joining Disney, he served as Vice President, Corporate Sponsorship and Promotion for Universal Studios Hollywood and Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Ice Capades.
Max began his career in marketing as Regional Marketing Director for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and then served as Director of Marketing for The American Freedom Train and Western Manager for the Arbitron Ratings Company.
Max is a past Chairman of the Promotion Marketing Association. He founded PMA's Star Power Entertainment Marketing Conference and served two terms as chairman of both its Southern California Chapter and Entertainment Council. He chaired PMA's national marketing conference. He has been honored as Marketing Professional of the Year by The Marketing Agencies Association Worldwide. Max has served on numerous corporate advisory boards and the advisory council of George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs.
He is a wish grantor for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Los Angeles, a mentor to small businesses and a volunteer in other community service activities.
He and wife, Lisa, live in Los Angeles with their daughter, Hannah and son, Jacob.