Jay started Shareaholic, Inc., a company fanatical about making sharing on the web better, faster, easier, and more measurable. Over 2 million people have used the award winning tools created by Shareaholic.
Jay was Vice President of Products at Lookery, an online user-targeting network that offered lightweight, economical targeting data for over 200 million users. Before Lookery, Jay was the Product Manager and founding member of the small team that was responsible for creating and launching Compete.com, now part of the WPP Group [Nasdaq: WPPGY]. In addition, as co-founder of PopSignal, one of Boston's largest professional networking organizations, Jay is actively contributing to the growth of Boston's technology startup community.
Jay earned a B.S. cum laude in Computer Science from Tufts University. He also minored in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Multimedia Arts. At Tufts he was awarded the MacJannet scholarship. Jay is also a TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) Leadership Fellow and in 2012 was named to the TR35 India — MIT Technology Review magazine's annual list of the world's top innovators under the age of 35.
He loves creating, lives for technology and innovation, and likes making things happen.
You can follow Jay on Twitter @meattle or his blog http://www.meattle.com/jay/
BS, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Multimedia Arts2004
|Mar 3, 2015||Tech Cocktail - TECH cocktail Boston Sponsor Compete.com Acquired!|
|Jan 29, 2014||Xconomy - Shareaholic's New CTO Gillett Gives Lessons From 5 Big-Data Startups|
|Oct 26, 2012||Xconomy - Buzzword Bashing & Database Narcs: The Future of Big Data in Boston|
|Aug 15, 2012||Xconomy - Brad Feld, David Friend, Peter Stern Headline “Future of Big Data” on Oct. 24|
|Jul 16, 2012||Xconomy - Shareaholic’s Jay Meattle on the Future of Content Discovery & the Social Graph|
|Jul 13, 2012||YourStory News - Delhi and Boston based Shareaholic Raises $3 Million Series A Funding|
|Jul 12, 2012||TechCrunch - Shareaholic Raises $3 Million Series A Led By Kepha Partners For Sharing And Analytics Platform|
|Mar 11, 2012||YourStory News - MIT Technology Review Announces India TR35, Young TechnologyInnovators under 35 for 2012|