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Mark Cuban Speaker Profile

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Internet Speakers, Technology Speakers,

Fee Range: $50,000-$100,000

Travels From: Available Upon Request

Available For: Speaking Engagements, Moderated Q&A’s, Keynote Speeches, Round Table Discussions, Endorsements, Meet & Greets & Social Media Posts

Mark Cuban Booking Agent Information

TechnologySpeakers.net assists companies seeking to hire talent like Mark Cuban for speaking engagements, conferences, keynotes, conventions, appearances and tradeshows. Our booking agency can help with finding a technology speaker that aligns with your upcoming event date, budget and location. When an organization requests booking details for a tech speaker like Mark Cuban, we work with the client to make sure the date does not interfere with the requested speakers schedule. We confirm the talent fee based on the details of the request. Fee ranges listed on the speaker profile are rough estimates based on the previous market rate for the talent. Our team works direct with Mark Cuban‘s agent, manager or assistant on the booking request. For companies interested in hiring Mark Cuban, we recommend filling out the booking request form so our booking agents can help make your next event a success.

Mark Cuban Biography

Born in Pittsburgh in 1958, entrepreneur Mark Cuban has ventured into many diverse businesses, from theater chains to Internet startups. In 1990, Cuban sold the firm CompuServe for $6 million, one of his largest early business ventures. He is most famous, however for for his zealous management ...

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Born in Pittsburgh in 1958, entrepreneur Mark Cuban has ventured into many diverse businesses, from theater chains to Internet startups. In 1990, Cuban sold the firm CompuServe for $6 million, one of his largest early business ventures. He is most famous, however for for his zealous management of the Dallas Mavericks, which he purchased from Ross Perot, Jr. in 2000. In addition to his wise business decisions, Cuban is also known for his controversial and statements. He also began a television career on the reality series Shark Tank in 2009.

The owner of NBA team Dallas Mavericks has found an even bigger voice these days as star of Shark Tank, where he bids for startups against rival investors such as FUBU founder Daymond John. Mark Cuban made his fortune selling video portal Broadcast.com to Yahoo for $5.7 billion in 1999, cashing out just before the tech bubble popped. He and longtime business partner Todd Wagner — also a billionaire after the Yahoo deal — reinvested their fortunes in a variety of ventures, including the Mavericks.During games Cuban sits a few rows off the court, close enough that NBA refs can hear him screaming about questionable calls. Cuban and Wagner also own television network AXS TV, cinema chain Landmark Theaters and movie studio Magnolia Pictures.



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TechnologySpeakers.net assists companies seeking to hire talent like Mark Cuban for speaking engagements, conferences, keynotes, conventions, appearances and tradeshows. Our speakers bureau does not claim to exclusively represent Mark Cuban. Our booking agency can help with finding a technology speaker that aligns with your upcoming event date, budget and location. When an organization requests booking details for a tech speaker like Mark Cuban, we work with the client to make sure the date does not interfere with the requested speakers schedule. We confirm the talent fee based on the details of the request. Fee ranges listed on the speaker profile are rough estimates based on the previous market rate for the talent. Our team works direct with Mark Cuban's agent, manager or assistant on the booking request. For companies interested in hiring Mark Cuban, we recommend filling out the booking request form so our booking agents can help make your next event a success.