Chip Malt

CEO/Co-Founder, Made In

After starting his own web design company in college, Chip moved to New York City to work the trade floor for an investment bank. During this time, Chip discovered his love of cooking when he and childhood longtime friend (and future Made In co-founder) Jake Kalick began hosting family-style dinners for friends. Seemingly unconnected at the time, Chip realized that entrepreneurship was the only way to truly drive his own career and he left NYC for San Francisco for a degree from Berkley Haas School of Business. As Chip continued to cook and host family dinners he realized he was unable to find any quality cookware that fit his budget or lifestyle.

 

After a stint at Rhone, an athletic apparel collection, Chip decided to combine his talents and passions and reached out to his friend, Jake Kalick to help him create a cookware line that could change the industry- one that would be of great quality, affordable, and approachable to the home chef. Made In was born.

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After starting his own web design company in college, Chip moved to New York City to work the trade floor for an investment bank. During this time, Chip discovered his love of cooking when he and childhood longtime friend (and future Made In co-founder) Jake Kalick began hosting family-style dinnersRead More

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