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Erik Fogg


Erik Fogg is the Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer at ProdPerfect where he oversees revenue and growth. Having initially studied mechanical engineering and political science at MIT, Erik transitioned from a consulting role with Stroud International to an operations and sales executive position in the startup HelmetHub until he co-founded ProdPerfect in 2018.

In his free time, Erik interludes as a political author, business book ghost-writer, and consultant for private equity and biotech. Erik ambitions to use artificial intelligence to help large organizations and societies consistently identify truth from falsehood, and make better fact-based decisions.

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