Dave Nemetz

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Dave Nemetz
ResidenceBrooklyn, New York
Alma materUniversity of Southern California

Dave Nemetz is an American entrepreneur and business executive best known for co-founding Bleacher Report. He is now the founder and CEO of Inverse.[1]


Nemetz co-founded Bleacher Report, Inc. in 2007 with three of his high school friends and served as the Vice President of Video and Business Development until 2012 when the company was acquired by Time Warner's Turner Sports for $170 million.[2] He continued with the company for eight months after the acquisition and, afterward, advised and invested in other media companies such as Elite Daily and Bustle.[3]

In 2015, he launched his second digital media venture, Inverse, which is geared toward millennial men.[4] Nemetz started the company from seed funding[5] with its headquarters in San Francisco, California[6] and the editorial staff initially based in Brooklyn, New York.[7] The headquarters has since been moved to SoHo, Manhattan, New York City.[8]


Nemetz in a native of California and is a graduate of Menlo School and the University of Southern California.[9]


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