Interview with Kevin Ryan, CEO and founder of Gilt flash sale eCommerce

Minter Dialogue #36

Kevin Ryan, Gilt Group, on The Myndset Digital Marketing & Brand StrategyThis interview is with Kevin P. Ryan, entrepreneur, business leader and angel investor. As CEO, he helped build DoubleClick basically from scratch into a multi-billion dollar business. Kevin has since gone on to invest in a number of winning adventures and co-founded with Dwight Merriman (the former CTO of DoubleClick), the Alleycorp network that includes three companies each of which has met with great success, namely the hugely popular Business Insider for business news and analysis, 10gen (Mongo Database) and the upscale GILT flash sale e-commerce site.

Without surprise, Kevin Ryan was named one of the “50 Most Influential Business People” by Crain’s New York Business.

In this interview, as ever, Kevin calls it as he sees it and provides non stop great perspectives and thoughts on building a successful business.

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