Greg Blatt has taken part in many business ventures and has been very successful in their development. The once Chief Executive Officer of Match Group, explains how his flexibility throughout the years as an entrepreneur has helped him reach the position he had with the matchmaking company as well as the other high ranking positions he held with others.
Greg Blatt had received a degree in Law from Columbia University and found himself with a position with the Law Firm of Schindler and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and from there to the firm of GrubmanIndursky, two well-known New York law firms as an associate.
After losing his interest in working at a big M & A firm in corporate law and finance, Greg Blatt had switched to entertainment law which was more in contrast with his desire to becoming a writer. In his career switch, Greg had lucked out by having Martha Stewart as a client. She had started a new company and needed someone as the head of her general counsel and Greg Blatt was it.
Even though he enjoyed his position working with Martha Stewart, opportunities had begun to emerge and he embraced it. From excepting the same position he had working with Martha Stewart from IAC for more money and responsibilities, to working his way up the ranks of their once was small dating business, to building Match Group into something more than imagined and becoming the Chief Executive Officer.
Greg Blatt’s need for answers when it comes to being involved in a project is very important. That is why he feels having an inquisitive nature is a part of his rise to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Flexibility is also what Greg Blatt considers to be another part because it allows yourself to be open to whatever possibilities may come your way.
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