Artist backed media group that activates millennials around music and technology
VP of Business Development at MOX. Passionate about connecting the music and tech industry in interesting and innovative ways. Previously - at Google, Alexis was part of an elite group that incubated and launched new products. She joined Google in 2005 as a lawyer in London, played an early role in developing partnerships for Google Maps and Google Earth, and following Google's acquisition of YouTube in 2006, she led the YouTube commercial legal team for 4 years where she focused on closing major broadcast and music deals and developing the product for international markets. In 2010, Alexis moved to San Francisco to work for the New Business Development team, developing strategic relationships for Google and incubating new Google products and services, including outreach and partnerships with the entrepreneurial and startup community. Prior to Google, Alexis worked on the legal team at AOL in the UK where she developed and launched AOL Talk; and before that at Taylor Wessing, a law firm, in London advising startups and tech businesses. Alexis holds various postgraduate qualifications in Computer, Internet and Copyright law, and a Bachelor of Laws degree from Newcastle University. She has worked, lived and travelled in various countries across the world: in a mangrove swamp in Nigeria, in a ski resort in France, near a bullring in Spain, Luxembourg, London, and now San Francisco. She likes to DJ, surf and snowboard and continues to seek out people, places and things that inspire her.
Remember when MTV actually played music? We do. Alexis heads up business development for MOX, concluding strategic relationships, masterminding content acquisition and partnerships, and industry relations, along with a team of music obsessed ninjas. MOX is what MTV would be if it launched in 2013: an online interactive music television channel. We redefine the music video experience by offering both a lean back 24/7 live stream as well as a deep archive of content to discover and share. With studios in both Hollywood and Manhattan, MOX brings the latest music videos, news, interviews, festival coverage, studio sessions, and original episodic programming to hungry music fans on any connected device. MOX. What music looks like. http://moxtv.com/
Co-Founder and Director of Business Development for DJZ, a new media company connecting younger fans of electronic dance music and culture directly to the content created by the artists; developing products to drive fan engagement and open new revenue streams for artists.
As a member of the New Business Development team at Google, I work closely with Google Product teams on new product initiatives and key strategic relationships. I meet and source potential partners, evaluate opportunities, present recommendations to the management team, and negotiate and conclude commercial relationships.
Senior Counsel at Google, specializing in licensing, partnerships, product strategy and special projects. Initially working across the geo, music and video product categories at Google, following the acquisition of YouTube in 2006 I worked as part of a small core business and legal team to develop and put in place key strategic partnerships with broadcasters, record labels, music publishers and other content owners. This included evangelism and education about the YouTube platform and associated technologies developed such as ContentID at conferences and with rights organisations, product localisation and launch strategy and major marketing project development and support (such as Life in a Day and YouTube Symphony Orchestra).