CEO and Founder of Voices.com
David Ciccarelli is the co-founder and CEO of Voices.com, an online marketplace that connects businesses with voice-over talent. A graduate of the Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology (2000), Ciccarelli has worked in the industry for over a decade, expanding its reach in Silicon Valley and via Bloomberg Radio.
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Stay focused on the big three and stay successful.
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