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Broke 1 Billion In RevenuE give or take a few million

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Offline Fanatics

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something called face-to-face.

Humanizing

We tell stories about people, as humanizing business is our passion.

Keeping it Snappy

We value your time more than Trump values publicity.
Our news is brief and our events return you to the office by 10AM.

Locally-sourced

Like the scoop from your next-door neighbor, our scoop is localized to your market and its surrounding neighborhoods.

People love photos

So that you can connect names to faces, our content is picture heavy.

Funny Business

Have we told you we like humor?

What can a trade publication do to make the industry more fun, not to mention stand out from competitors? Two words: jet packs.

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The Team

Jon Banister

Lead Reporter, Washington D.C.

Hailing from the city of champions (Boston, of course) this outspoken Patriots fan came to the University of Maryland to see what it was like to root for a losing team. During his time covering politics for the student newspaper, Jon scored two visits to the White House (and he didn't even have to jump the fence). College turned him into a dogged reporter who enjoys interviewing powerful people and churning out fun and engaging content. When he's not writing stories, Jon enjoys working out and exploring the outdoors. Interning in D.C., he fell in love with politics and the city's atmosphere, but it was the consistently reliable Metro that convinced him he couldn't leave (or maybe he's just stuck on the Red Line). Bisnow caught his attention with a Game of Thrones reference in the job posting and after learning more about this young innovative company he realized (much like Tyrion seeing the dragon in Meereen) that Bisnow is a one-of-a-kind place and an opportunity he couldn't pass up.

Mike Ponticelli

VP, Sales

A graduate of GW (assuming its officials still haven't uncovered the mistake), Mike has worked at many trades: Event planner, bartender, accountant, delivery boy for the Washington Post, and a US-Russian affairs analyst. He even built and managed a local laundry service that’s still around (as much of his personal laundry also appears to be). Mike follows current events, dining and beverage trends, and all other aspects of modern urban life related to food. He loves everything about Washington, although we have not yet had the heart to tell him it is not on a beach.

Casey Sheehan

Business Manager, DC

Casey was born and raised in the Washington D.C. area, but decided to shake things up when he traveled down south to attend Texas Christian University. He received his undergrad degree in Business Marketing in December and came back to DC to join our sales team there. Casey has a passion for traveling and exploring new and unique places, no matter where in the world that might take him. One day, for no apparent reason, Casey completed an 11-pound bacon cheeseburger food challenge. While he is not particularly proud of this moment, he feels it properly displays his tenacity and will to never give up no matter how tough a situation might be. When not at the office, you might find Casey riding around DC on his bike or listening to music while sipping on an iced coffee.

Natascha Bhuiyan

Director, European Events

From the land of soccer and beer, Natascha moved from Germany to the States right after graduating high school. Initially planning to stay just for a year, she fell in love with the Big Apple and decided to continue her studies at Columbia University, where she majored in International Relations, Political Science with the goal to make the world a better place (and that’s still on her agenda). Besides producing A’s at Columbia, Natascha spent most of her time working for tech-start ups, traveling, trying out the best places to eat (she is a foodie at heart) while figuring out how to become a millionaire. Debating whether or not to go back to Europe to attend grad-school, Bisnow presented a less boring alternative.

Matt Ruland

Escape & Ascent Curator

Football, fitness, and food; that’s how Matty does it. A Maryland guy through and through, Matt spent his college years in the equipment room for Maryland Football, losing 100 pounds, and earning a degree in Being-A-Great-Dad...I mean Family Science. After graduation, he joined Head Football Coach James Franklin’s newly formed staff at Vanderbilt University. Matt was livin’ the dream in Nashville, immersed in a world of nothing but SEC football and country music.. Alas, like all dreams, the alarm went off…it was time to chase his own dream. And if one is taking for himself, he must give to others. Matt jumped out of the football world and began working at the Regional Institute for Children & Adolescents (RICA) in Rockville, MD while training for an Ironman. Then on July 24, 2016 Matt swam, biked and ran his way through Ironman Lake Placid. Between the race and walking through our doors IronMatt filled his time with pints of ice cream and his black lab, Bodie.

Miles Bloom

VP Creative, National Business Development

Meet Miles Bloom (No relation to Orlando, or Leopold for you literati). Miles comes to Bisnow by way of Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office, by way of internships for Hillary Clinton and House Committee on Energy and Commerce, by way of Cornell University, by way of one of America’s many ‘Queen Cities,’ Buffalo, NY. We brought Miles on to coordinate events production because of the stellar work he did as social chair at his fraternity (that’s right, we have operatives everywhere). This lifelong baseball player and former golf instructor is an avid fan of Buffalo sports (which, at this point, can only be described as punishment on a cosmic scale). Miles Bloom: the man, the myth, the business manager.

Bisnow has spent the last eight years putting humor and fun at the core of its b-to-b media model - and has grown rapidly.

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Other Inquiries

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Americas

Michael Ponticelli

202-870-2352

mike@bisnow.com

Chicago

Zak Guysenir

520-405-6375

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Dallas

Adam Keith

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Adam Knobloch

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Miles Bloom

716-534-3731

miles.bloom@bisnow.com

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Kim Schell

713-304-4683

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Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego

Mike Guimond

212-724-6859

Guimond@bisnow.com

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Ishaan Ambegaokar

407-666-1018

ishaan@bisnow.com

New York, New Jersey & Boston

Chris Bushnell

203-710-1289

chris.bushnell@bisnow.com

Philadelphia, Atlanta

Brian Kinslow

610-742-7696

brian.kinslow@bisnow.com

San Francisco, Bay Area

Tyler Fisher

1508-446-2414

tyler.fisher@bisnow.com

Seattle & Portland

Tom Woodcock

406-531-9581

tom.woodcock@bisnow.com

United Kingdom

Nick Castleman

+44 787-640-5596

nick.castleman@bisnow.com

Virginia, Maryland, DC, Charlotte, N.Carolina

Marie Armstrong

717-870-0341

Marie@Bisnow.com

Editorial Contacts

Atlanta

Jarred Schenke

678-848-3950

jarred@bisnow.com

Central

Catie Dixon

713-819-6799

catie@bisnow.com

Chicago, Midwest

Brian Rogal

312-371-4156

brian.rogal@bisnow.com

Dallas, Ft. Worth

Kerri Panchuk

214.598.8368

kerri.panchuk@bisnow.com

East Coast

Ethan Rothstein

914-552-4298

ethan.rothstein@bisnow.com

Europe

Mike Phillips

+447717541297

mike.phillips@bisnow.com

Houston

Christie Moffat

713-446-1976

christie.moffat@bisnow.com

Los Angeles, Orange County

Joseph Pimentel

818-434-9144

joseph.pimentel@bisnow.com

Manchester & Birmingham

David Thame

01544 262896

david.thame@bisnow.com

Miami

Deirdra Funcheon

561-704-4434

deirdra.funcheon@bisnow.com

New York

Miriam Hall

646-220-7888

miriam.hall@bisnow.com

New York

Kelsey Neubauer

8452389739

kelsey.neubauer@bsinow.com

Philadelphia

John Berr

609-518-7670

jonathan.berr@bisnow.com

San Francisco Bay Area

Dean Boerner

831.246.3158

dean.boerner@bisnow.com

Washington DC

Jon Banister

781-724-7980

jon.banister@bisnow.com

West Coast

Riley McDermid

510-292-7148

riley.mcdermid@bisnow.com