Mario Esposito

Public Speaker, Inventor, and Engineer in Seattle, Washington

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Proven visionary, a multidisciplinary individual and a serial entrepreneur.

Design consumer experiences (HW/SW) from the ideation through prototyping then to the final stage. That is my talent.

Building a team from scratch, lead with passion and keep them positively committed to the ultimate success, is something that I have done a few times and very well.

I manage talents but if it is necessary, I go confidently through {code}, electronics blueprints or UX designs. Even duct tape if necessary. If it doesn't "ship" it never existed.

Whatever it takes to make it happen! That is my only mantra in life as in business: I have a solid and explosive creativity when it comes to creating value in the form of an experience and associated intellectual property.

Reportedly, at M$, they used to call me “Product Delivery Ninja" because of my obsession to keep iterating while releasing products. . Release To Market products *is* my thing. As any charismatic maker that understands business synergies and innovation dynamics, shipping is the key to learn what you don't know, yet.

I have been an essential asset either in leading or co-inventing some amazing technologies. Like Hands Detection for XBOX ONE, AI gestures tools, or new touch screen gestures, feedback driven by AI or fabrics that behaves like washable electronics. Completely revolutionized the making of iOS apps at Google.

I built and sold 4 startups out of 5. The 5th is currently running, co-founded in 2010, SENSORIA INC, is leading in smart garments and body sensing technology for the wearable industry. Featured on hundreds of media outlets. Gartner listed it as top cool vendors of 2015. I am proudly the inventor and father of Sensoria.

On December 2016, my most favorite search engine, Google, made me an offer that I couldn't pass. A new adventure had begun!

On a personal note: I dress and cook like an authentic Italian. Drink like a Russian rookie and work as a German blue-collar while I talk business like a true American. That is according to my better half, authentic Northwestern Victoria.

I learned early in life that it is not wise to counter purely on personal observations. Therefore, I based my choices on a simple principle: In God we trust others bring data.

Thank you for your visit!


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    • Google Inc