Greg Blatt: The Modern CEO Leader And Professional Thinker

Greg Blatt is the current CEO of Tinder, and he has a long history in the world of business and technology. He has worked in various executive roles at both Google and IAC, two of the biggest names in tech. He is also an accomplished entrepreneur, having founded or co-founded multiple businesses over the years.

In addition to his work as a CEO and entrepreneur, Blatt is also a noted thinker and writer on business topics. He has been published in magazines such as Business Insider and The Huffington Post, and he is a sought-after speaker at conferences around the world.

Blatt attended Harvard for both his undergraduate degree in economics and business administration and his Juris Doctorate. He has made a point of giving back to the school over the years, having funded scholarships at both the undergrad and law-school levels.

His career in technology began when he joined Link Exchange, the internet advertising company later acquired by Microsoft. He then worked at Google, where he met his future wife, 12 years his senior and already the CMO of IAC at the time. The two left Google together to start Mark Connections, another successful venture in digital marketing.

IAC (InterActiveCorp) is the giant media company that Blatt is most closely associated with. He joined IAC in 2001, working his way up to become the President of Match Group, which includes some of the biggest brands in online dating. These include Tinder, Black People Meet, Our Time and Ok Cupid, among others. As CEO of this division, Greg Blatt oversaw rapid growth in revenue and customer numbers. In 2017, he was promoted to CEO of IAC as a whole, overseeing the entire business and controlling shareholder Barry Diller.

In addition to his passion for technology and online dating, Blatt is also into philanthropy. He has been involved with multiple organizations that fight human trafficking or support survivors of trafficking. See related link for more information.


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