Thomas Grange is the Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Botify. A pioneer of the internet with a vision and passion to create access to knowledge, Thomas has applied his seasoned expertise to shape the development and growth of Botify, which is now the leading performance marketing platform for organic search.
He also played an integral role in helping establish financial and global growth for the company, trailblazing organic search innovation that has built trust with more than 500 of the world’s most visible brands, including Expedia, L'Oréal, Crate & Barrel, Conde Nast, Groupon, Github, Carvana, FNAC Darty, and The New York Times.
Prior to starting Botify in 2012, Thomas co-founded several French start-ups including Ulule in 2010, which is recognized today as the European number one global community-backed incubator of positive impact projects, Ados.fr, a platform for teenagers (magazine, webradios and forums), as well as Myblog, an early 2,000s blogging platform.
In 2005, Doctissimo acquired Ados and Myblog, bringing Thomas on as CTO and editorial manager to continue development of these successful brands, eventually leading to his appointment as Chief Innovation Officer where he built a successful CMS with SEO at core, eventually sold to other global publishers.
Thomas holds a degree from Joseph Fourier University Research institution in France, where he currently resides.