Career Trajectory Of The Former Match Group CEO, Greg Blatt

Greg Blatt is a former professional CEO, Vice President, and Chairman of Match Group company AIC and Tinder, an online global dating app. He has overseen Match Group and AIC since he was made CEO in 2016 and 2013, respectively.

Greg Blatt has had an exciting career journey after completing his degree in Literature and Law studies. After completing his law degree, Greg Blatt became an associate at a New York-based law firm, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, for approximately two years.

He joined Martha and Stewart Living Omnimedia in 1999 and undertook several executive positions, including being the General Counsel of business affairs. He worked at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia for four years before joining AIC. Due to his experience working in senior positions, Greg Blatt was made the Executive Vice Chairman at AIC, which he held from 2003 to 2009.

Match Group and Tinder were made out of AIC, and Tinder became the most significant online dating app globally. Greg Blatt served as the Executive Chairman at Match Group for a year before becoming the CEO in 2015, which he held for two years.

While at Match Group, Blatt oversaw the company’s acquisitions, and through his hard work and ambition, he managed to grow the company to significant financial heights.

Greg Blatt also improved the generated revenue from AIC by 20%. He managed to make more than $700 million for AIC when he was the CEO. Refer to this article for more information.

Background Information on Greg Blatt

Greg Blatt is an adventurous American based in Massachusetts. He has two degrees, one from Colgate University, where he achieved a degree in Literature, and a J.D from Columbia Law School. Before investing in corporate law, Greg Blatt decided to tour various places by working odd jobs to make a living. However, after traveling the world for two years, he decided to pivot his experience into his professional career.

 

View his LinkedIn profile on https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-blatt-a795a35b

 

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