Neil’s inspiration for nRelate came as he scoured a favorite blog for additional information about a particular topic. Unsuccessful, he ended up jumping over to Google to locate a relevant post -- from the very blog he was just on. Figuring there had to be an easier, more organic way for readers to stumble on stories related to what they’re currently reading, he and Oliver Wellington founded nRelate, a content discovery platform now serving 100,000+ publishers, empowering them to both increase traffic and drive revenue through targeted article recommendations. Staying on as CEO after IAC/InterActiveCorp acquired nRelate in 2012, Neil oversees all business operations, working to ensure nRelate’s products continue to push the technological envelope and deliver publishers the results they’re looking for. Prior to nRelate, Neil spent several years as an independent software consultant and was a part of the technology group at McKinsey & Company. He holds master’s degrees from Columbia University and New York University.
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