Gian Fulgoni is chairman and co-founder of comScore Networks. He brings more than 30 years of leadership experience to the comScore Networks team. From 1981 to 1998 he served as president and CEO of Information Resources, Inc., the international market research company, where he grew the firm’s revenues at an annual compound rate of 40 percent to levels in excess of $500 million per year. In 1996, IRI was recognized by Advertising Age as the largest U.S. market research company.
Long involved with the growth of hugely successful technology businesses, Fulgoni served on the boards of US Robotics and Platinum Technology prior to their respective acquisitions by 3Com and Computer Associates in multi-billion dollar transactions. More recently, he was a member of the board of YesMail, prior to its acquisition by CMGI.
Fulgoni has been the recipient of numerous industry awards, including Illinois Entrepreneur of the Year and the Wall Street Transcript Award. Educated in the U.K., He holds a master’s degree in Marketing and a B.S. in Physics.
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