Named to the Wired 100, Richard Titus is a serial entrepreneur, CEO, leadership coach, startup advisor and investor. Titus has launched more than a dozen companies, including Razorfish, Schematic, ARK Advisors, Videoplaza, and Prompt.ly, which sold to Breezeworks in 2016 as his fifth exit. With a passion for innovation, Titus serves as a board member, advisor, and coach to several companies in high-growth tech sectors including blockchain, AI, machine learning and security.
Known for his work in media and technology, Titus held senior leadership roles at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) where he launched iPlayer and the BBC mobile service, and as CEO of Associated Northcliffe Digital, the digital holding company of DMGT (Daily Mail). He led customer product experience for Samsung Electronics in Korea until 2017. Titus has also produced several TV shows and feature films, including the documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? along with numerous festival and Emmy Award winners.
Titus currently resides in San Francisco with his lover and three daughters.