President and CEO
Big Fish Games, Inc.
Jeremy Lewis is president and CEO of Big Fish Games, Inc., the world’s largest distributor of casual games. Earlier he
served as a managing director at Goldman Sachs. During his 14-year tenure at Goldman, he held several operating,
technology, and business leadership positions. He pioneered the development of GS Online, and was co-COO of
Epoch, the firm’s online investment bank. Mr. Lewis has a BA degree in history from Amherst College.
mark s. Lewis
President, EMC Content Management and Archiving Division
Mark Lewis, who assumed his current role at EMC Corp. in 2007, is responsible for accelerating the growth and
expanding the market presence of the company’s Content Management and Archiving Division, which employs
more than 2,600 people and develops integrated software solution suites that enable enterprise search, document
management, collaborative workspaces, the automation of rich content, legal discovery, and the archiving of
e-mail, files, and data. He oversees the division’s product operations, new business development, and global sales and
marketing. Earlier Mr. Lewis held key roles at EMC, including CTO, co-leader of the EMC Software Group, and, most
recently, EMC’s chief development officer, where he was responsible for developing the company’s overall technical
strategy, overseeing mergers and acquisitions, and advancing the “One EMC” effort to leverage engineering across its
product portfolio. He joined EMC as CTO in 2002 from Hewlett-Packard/Compaq. Mr. Lewis holds eight U.S. patents
in storage technology.
General Partner, Balderton Capital
Founder, Business Objects
Bernard Liautaud joined Balderton Capital, a premier venture capital fund in Europe, in 2008. Before joining
Balderton, Mr. Liautaud co-founded Business Objects in 1990 and was CEO, then chairman, until earlier this year.
With 6,700 employees, 45,000 customers, and $1.5 billion of revenue in 2007, Business Objects was the world leader
in business intelligence and one of the world’s 15 largest software companies. Following the acquisition of Business
Objects by SAP earlier this year, Mr. Liautaud joined the SAP supervisory board. Before founding Business Objects,
he was sales marketing director of Oracle France from 1986 to 1990. He is a board member of the Fondation MSF
(Doctors without Borders) and the author of e-Business Intelligence: Turning Information Into Knowledge Into Profit,
translated into more than nine languages. He received the Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur in 2007 in France and
was named by Time magazine as one of Europe’s Digital Top 25 in 2002.
mark m. LittLe
Senior Vice President and Director, GE Global Research
Mark Little, Ph.D., assumed his current roles at GE Global Research in 2005, becoming the ninth director in the
organization’s 105-year history. Mr. Little is responsible for leading one of the world’s largest and most diversified
industrial research and technology organizations. At Global Research, some 2,500 people from virtually every
major scientific and engineering discipline focus on GE’s long-range technology needs. The organization works in
collaboration with GE businesses worldwide. Before becoming research director, Mr. Little was vice president of
GE Energy’s power generation segment, based in Schenectady. He joined GE in 1978, starting out in the company’s
turbine business. After holding several management positions in engineering, he moved into product management,
business development, and power generation engineering roles, rising in 1997 to vice president, GE Power Generation,
where he was responsible for the turbine, generator, and power plants business. In 2004, the hydro and wind turbine
businesses were added to his portfolio.