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Gopi Kallayil

Chief Evangelist, Brand Marketing

Gopi Kallayil is the Chief Evangelist, Brand Marketing at Google. He works with Google’s sales teams and customers and helps grow customer brands through digital marketing. Previously, he led marketing for AdWords, worked at two Silicon Valley startups, and was a consultant for McKinsey & Co.

Gopi holds master’s degrees in business administration from the Indian Institute of Management and The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. An avid yoga practitioner, triathlete, global traveler, and Burning Man devotee, Gopi has spoken at TEDx, The World Happiness Summit, Yoga Journal LIVE!, and Wisdom 2.0. He teaches brand marketing at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and serves on the board of the Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation. Gopi is the author of The Internet to the Inner-net and has released two music albums (Kirtan Lounge). Learn more at www.kallayil.com.

Gopi's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

Google: Westworld And Ikea Campaigns Capitalize On Data, 150B Monthly Searches

People take to the internet to do all types of searches trying to solve many problems. Last week at the Merkle Summit, Gopi Kallayil, chief evangelist of brand marketing at Google, ran through a couple of very interesting examples of how brand marketing has changed in the age of digital.