Eric Bahn is the Director of Product Management at Hobsons, In.
Previous, he was the Founder and CEO of Beat The GMAT (www.beatthegmat.com), the largest MBA applicant social network on the Internet serving 2.5 million people each year.
In 2005, Eric began Beat The GMAT as a hobby test prep blog from his college dorm room. His hobby later evolved into a large MBA admissions community featuring hundreds of expert writers, hundreds of thousands of members, and the world's largest GMAT scholarship program ($200,000 distributed to date). Beat The GMAT never received any outside funding and was fully profitable.
Beat The GMAT was acquired by Hobsons, Inc. in October 2012.
Eric has been featured in numerous press outlets like TechCrunch, Huffington Post, and BusinessWeek. He holds a BA and MA from Stanford University.
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