ET Enterprises is a portfolio of businesses cultivated by serial entrepreneur and marketing executive Everette Taylor.

Based in Los Angeles, CA, ET Enterprises includes brands such as social media software company PopSocial, marketing firm MilliSense, media/technology company Art Noire, nonprofit Southside Fund, software company GrowthHackers, and drug & alcohol addiction app Hayver.

ET Enterprises is known for world-class products, innovative marketing campaigns, creative brand building across numerous industries, and philanthropic efforts.

Everette Taylor Head Shot with a microphone

Everette Taylor

CEO - ET Enterprises

Everette Taylor is a serial entrepreneur, marketing executive, and public speaker. His entrepreneurial journey began at the age of 19 when he started an event marketing technology company EZ Events which he successfully sold 2 years later.

Since then, Everette has been a leader in the world of entrepreneurship and marketing, building several multi-million dollar brands.

As CEO of ET Enterprises, Everette oversees a diverse portfolio of companies that include PopSocial, MilliSense, Art Noire, Southside Fund, Hayver, and GrowthHackers.

As a marketing executive, he helped lead both Qualaroo (acquired by Xenon Ventures) and Skurt (acquired by Fair) to successful acquisitions, oversaw growth for new mobile apps for Microsoft China, and led e-commerce company Sticker Mule to unprecedented growth as their youngest executive ever.

As a public speaker, Everette has spoken in 15+ countries and numerous cities across the US, sharing his personal story of overcoming adversity as well as thought leadership on the topics of entrepreneurship, marketing, startups, mental health, and diversity.

Beyond the world of business, Everette also serves as the National Brand Ambassador for NASA’s Startup Initiative. He also has worked as a digital influencer for brands such as Toyota, American Express, Google, Disney, Starwood Hotels, Nationwide Insurance, AT&T, Mass Appeal, Miller Lite, Accor Hotels and more.

He has been called a "marketing genius" by Forbes, a "marketing star" by Fortune Magazine, and "an innovator who's changing the consumer marketing game" by Black Enterprise. Most recently he was named one of the "100 Most Influential African-Americans" by The Root and Forbes 30 Under 30.