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Stephen Gill, founder and CEO of Tiller, has spent the last ten years building yield optimization platforms and tools to help publishers maximize advertising revenue. Gill’s first foray in adtech began during college at Rowan University, where he built NoLimit Interactive Media, a digital marketing agency specializing in search, performance marketing and lead generation for a portfolio of major brands. The organization started from his dorm room and quickly grew into into a full service agency. The experience led him to found Red Online Marketing Group, a diversified technology and digital media organization. Today, the organization leverages its technology with hundreds of publishers. Their self-service ad platform helps advertisers to deploy and optimize complex digital marketing campaigns across multiple channels. The thrill of helping publishers better monetize their properties drove Stephen to launch Tiller, a patent-pending native advertising platform for publishers to manage, measure, and maximize their native advertising across multiple content recommendation partners. Stephen’s influence was also instrumental to the growth of digital marketing company Leadnomics, where he is a co-founder. His leadership landed the organization spot #26 on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies. Stephen is also an active angel and advisor to over 20 technology and e-commerce companies, which includes three exits. Stephen is a thought leader in advertising technology, digital marketing, and entrepreneurship. He is a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council, Vistage, and an active attendee of Summit Series. When he’s not working, Steve enjoys fitness, food (paleo) and travel -- his latest adventures include Thailand, white water kayaking and biking through the Redwoods.

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