Tyler Clark is a technology consultant and frequent speaker on business intelligence, e-commerce, search engine optimization and social media. He provides strategy consulting to organizations like Covelli Enterprises, Schwebel Baking Company, Youngstown State University, B.J. Alan Fireworks and the Rich Center for Autism.
At the Youngstown Business Incubator, Tyler serves as Chief Imagination Officer, providing software strategy and services to startup companies. Past clients include Institute for Supply Management, Council on Foundations and Verizon Long Distance. Tyler’s column “Point. Click. Profit.” is published monthly in the Business Journal.
You may have seen Tyler in Inc., Inside Business, Association Publishing magazines or on Western Reserve Public Media’s NEOtropolis or WFMJ TV. Tyler has also been interviewed for public radio’s Marketplace, Deutsche Welle, and BBC America.
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