T.J. Clark is an entrepreneur in travel/tech industry and his experiences include Limos.com, IAC/InterActiveCorp and Hotwire.com.
Mr. Clark was the President & CEO of Limos.com from March 2008 to April 2012. Limos.com became the largest online marketplace for limo/car services and grew more than 50% each year under his leadership. The Company expanded globally and launched partnerships with Orbitz, Concur, Delta Airlines, LiveNation and OpenTable. In 2011 Limos.com was named in Forbes America's Most Promising Companies as the Top Travel Brand.
Mr. Clark was previously VP of Business Operations at IAC/InterActiveCorp, which consisted of over 65 internet brands with 20 million visitors per day (8th ranked worldwide), including Expedia, Ticketmaster, and Match.com.
Mr. Clark was a member of the Hotwire.com start-up team since March 2000. Hotwire.com became the fourth-ranked U.S. online travel company within two years of operations, generating over $1B in travel bookings. Hotwire was acquired by IAC in 2004.
Formerly Mr. Clark was a trial attorney in Chicago, most recently at Lord, Bissell & Brook. He holds a JD from Loyola Chicago School of Law and a BS from Notre Dame.
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