“Tenacious is the first word that comes to mind,” says Thede Loder, a Match engineer from 1995 – 1996.
And Ron Posner, one of the first angel investors in Match, said that Kremen in 1995 was “very innovative, very sure of himself...
A Chicago native, Kremen attended Northwestern University and graduated from Stanford business school in 1989.
His former colleagues describe him as a high-energy visionary. he’s very smart,” says Fran Maier, the former General Manager of Match.
Apparently it’s hard to find love if you support Donald Trump.
That was the idea behind David Goss’s decision to launch Trump Singles.com, a dating website for Trump supporters.
The 35-year-old told the that he had heard horror stories of dates gone awry when the subject of politics comes up, including one woman whose date simply got up and left her with the check when she mentioned her predilection for the businessman-turned-politician.
“I think there’s a special stigma when people say they’re supporting Trump, because of some of the brash things that he’s said,” Goss told the .Dating is for the purpose of finding a marriage partner.In my view, if you can't happily picture yourself married within a year, you're not in a position to date.The day before the interview, Match Communications Director Trish Mc Dermott gave Kremen specific instructions: don’t wear black or white, don’t wear a shirt with busy patterns, and don’t say anything controversial.The next day, Kremen came into the office in a tie-dyed shirt, wanted to do the interview from a brightly colored bean bag chair, and shocked everyone in the room when he said to the camera, “will bring more love to the planet than anything since Jesus Christ.” As Mc Dermott watched this scene unfold, her first thought was, “We’re destroyed.” But she soon realized Kremen’s performance was “brilliant,” as it reflected his character, his grand vision, and the company’s eccentricity.Are you generally humble and teachable, and do you respect authority?