Greg Blatt, Match Group’s former Chairman and CEO is an American technology industries executive. He has served at various companies in various executive roles. Greg Blatt has served as Chairman, Executive Chairman, and CEO at IAC, Match Group, and Tinder family of companies. Greg has an excellent educational background as he studied Bachelor of Arts in Economics, English, and Literature at Colgate University and graduated in 1990. He also pursued Law and graduated in 1995 from Columbia Law School.

Greg Blatt has shown high-profile leadership by emulating the massive growth path in these companies. He has capitalized on his previous skills as a key player in leadership of these companies. What has helped him to serve at top levels throughout his career is focus on his professional assignment. Greg Blatt knew the strong bond between interest and professional success from his youth. He found this motivation from his parents, who were fully dedicated to their careers.

Greg Blatt has a great deal of history; his first thing to do after completing school was explore various options where he could venture career-wise. He traveled to various cities and countries, including Budapest, San Francisco, Reims, Colorado, France, and Telluride. His first interest was to practice corporate law, whereby he served as an Associate at the law firm of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York. Blatt was able to rise among the ranks with his first assignment.

In 1999, Blatt joined a new company, Martha Stewart’s General Counsel, serving as the Executive Vice President and General Counsel. He continued to evolve and grow, and in 2003, he joined IAC Company as the General Counsel and Executive Vice President. In 2009 Blatt became the Senior Vice President of IAC and focused on building the now so-called Match Group. In 2010, he became the CEO of Match Group and was able to close deals worth $700 during his tenure as the top leader in Match Group.

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