Matt McEvoy

Chief Executive Officer of MaxBounty
Ontario, Canada

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Matt McEvoy is the Chief Executive Officer of MaxBounty, a performance-based marketing agency with a CPA network specializing in maximizing return-on-investment to its clients. MaxBounty is a premier resource for web publishers looking to draw advertising revenue from their websites, email lists or search engine marketing efforts. MaxBounty has more than 18,000 affiliates and more than 1,500 campaigns in the network.


Matt McEvoy studied marketing and business at the School of Business for Algonquin College and graduated with a diploma in 2005.


Matt McEvoy’s professional resume begins while he attended Algonquin College, working as support staff from September 2003 to March 2005. In 2005, he became a customer marketing specialist for the Bank of America, a position he held for one year. In April 2006, he joined MaxBounty, starting as the Director of Business Development, his responsibility being to increase the network’s roster of advertisers. After holding onto this position for over 11 years, McEvoy was promoted to MaxBounty’s CEO in 2017. Matt McEvoy has enjoyed being part of the growth and change MaxBounty has affiliated in the marketing space. Today as CEO, Matt guides the expanding MaxBounty team as they continue to provide opportunities for affiliates and advertisers to evolve their businesses.


MaxBounty has been named the No. 1 Cost-per-Action Network in the world on three separate occasions by mThink’s Bluebook Top Network Survey, the most reputable network ranking in the performance marketing space. In 2019, MaxBounty was voted the Best Network for Advertisers By Advertisers by the same publication. Matt McEvoy’s mission to change performance marketing led him to become a 2019 recipient of the Forty Under 40 Award in Ottawa, Ontario. This award is a joint initiative of the Ottawa Board of Trade and the Ottawa Business Journal that recognizes accomplished and rising business leaders under the age of 40 in the National Capital Region.