Scott Eagle has extensive experience managing major Fortune 500 brands and building successful new companies. Scott Eagle recently served as Chief Marketing Officer of eHarmony Inc., managing an $85 million budget and overseeing the company's advertising/brand development and customer acquisition activities.
Prior to joining eHarmony, Scott was at Claria Corporation, a behavioral ad network, where he was Chief Marketing Officer and grew revenue from zero to $120 million in the company's first four years of operation.
Scott also had served on the executive team at Concentric Network Corporation where as Vice President Marketing he helped drive their successful IPO.
Scott has also held senior management positions at MFS Communications (helping grow revenue from $2 million to over $300 million over 3 years) and at Procter & Gamble.
Scott holds a B.S.in Economics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Chief Marketing Officer
2013 - Current (almost 4 years)
Board & Advisor Roles (3)Update
|Aug 10, 2009||Xconomy - $2.5M for Akademos|
|Aug 10, 2009||Gigaom - Akademos Raises $2.5 Million For Online Textbook Store|
|Jul 15, 2005||Gigaom - Claria Tooling Up Meta-Search Engine Based On Adware Data|
|Oct 30, 2003||Ars Technica - World's favorite spyware program, Gator, tries new company name|
|Oct 22, 2003||ZD Net - See you later, anti-Gators?|
|May 22, 2003||ZD Net - Harvard pops up Gator exam|
|Apr 7, 2003||ZD Net - Gator snaps Overture for pop-under ads|
|Apr 8, 2002||ZD Net - Watch out for pop-up downloads|