“I’ve been here so long and we’ve talked so much about women and women’s experiences, but that should manifest itself in more than conference rooms and discussions,” she said.
Ginsberg previously served as the CEO of Match North America and is now diving into some of the company’s other businesses, including Plenty of Fish, Meetic and Tinder.
The life cycle’s very different, and relationships don’t always work out.
If you’ve had a success, you’re going to come back and start another one.
Match Group shares have been on a tear over the past year, with the stock up 127% compared with a 14% gain for the S&P 500 index .
It used to be that people were embarrassed, but now in the New York Times wedding section, they’re thanking us during their wedding vows.
You might’ve swiped on them four days ago, but didn’t really get a sense of who they were.
We’re showing you what they like to do, what they’re passionate about.
Market Watch recently caught up with Ginsberg to learn about her vision for the company and how Match plans to generate more enthusiasm for online dating. Market Watch: What does the change at Tinder reflect about Match’s efforts to appeal more to women?
Ginsberg: Every time we talk about product, we talk about the female experience, especially when it comes to heterosexual couples because you have to solve for women’s experiences in order to have a robust, positive ecosystem.