Launched in July 2012, Bizzabo is the world’s first event success platform. It helps organizers create successful events by empowering them to build amazing websites, sell...more tickets, grow communities, go mobile and maximize event experiences - using a beautiful, user friendly platform. Bizzabo is used by thousands of conference organizers from around the globe. It’s available online and across iOS and Android devices. The company has offices in New York and Israel.
I write weekly content for Roof.io, an app that makes living with others easier. Working with the rest of the team, I develop content strategy and implementation, and assist...more in social media management. https://roof.io/
As a Reputation Specialist, I work closely with our high-profile clients to create unique personal brands and custom strategies to help them achieve their goal of having a...more strong and visible presence online
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The Bizzabo Blog is designed to inspire those in the events industry with useful insights. From tips on how to increase ticket sales to event app adoption… · More techniques, to success stories of amazing events. The Bizzabo Blog has what event organizers need to be better at what they do.
I help individuals and companies craft their online brand with sound Content Strategy, Social Media Strategy, and overall Branding Strategy. Although Branding is my strong point, I have experience with Digital Marketing, Account Management, and Cock-tail making.
I'm looking for a rigorous and challenging office environment people where people enjoy working despite how rigorous and challenging things are. Long hours and spearheading projects is easy-peasy in a company where the mission is clear and the dream is alive.
What's the most useful business-related book you've ever read?
Content Inc. Bread and butter content marketing skills that apply not only to the subject matter in question, but also to entrepreneurship in general. Want to open a restaurant? Read Content Inc. Looking to develop an app? Read Content Inc. Want your busi
What's your favorite non-business book?
Not trying to turn any heads with this one, but War and Peace. The scope of the book covers so many facets of humanity that I find myself thinking about it on a (pretty much) daily basis.
If money were not an issue, what would you be doing right now?
Learning things and teaching things. I love to learn and I love to help pass on knowledge.
What words of advice would you give your younger self?
It will all work out.
What's the most creative thing you've ever done?
For 3 years in a row, I challenged my self to make successively larger Mothers' Day cards. The first one was standard size, the second one was a collage imposed on an LP record sleeve. The third one was a cardboard box repurposed to be a giant card with a
Which founders or startups do you most admire?
In NYC, Seph Skerritt @ Proper Cloth found a very big pain point (buying dress shirts at the store sucks!) and he came up with a great way of solving it. I admire the tenacity of my buddy Joao Ritter @ Roof.io. And I couldn't live without Venmo.
What's your super power?
SUPER Brainstorming! On my own, I come up with some pretty sick ideas (picture this: notes that you can stick anywhere), but I love collaborating with others. It's part and parcel of managing the Roof blog and launching projects at BrandYourself.
What's the best way for people to get in touch with you?