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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.

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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

Max Tawil

Events Producer

Growing up in bubble of Little Syria (See: Brooklyn), Max was always surrounded by a mixture of great mediterranean food, Arabic slang, and smooth businessmen (didn’t rub off). He took a huge leap by attending Columbia University (all of 15 miles away) and entered the real world, where he majored in American History, was the least-fratty fraternity president, and still maintains that had he been the punt returner on Columbia’s infamously awful football team, they would not have suffered a 2.5-year losing streak. He’s fluent in Hebrew, and thinks he’s fluent in Portuguese from his 6 weeks in Brasil. Prior to joining Bisnow, he traveled the Middle East & South East Asia (and survived). Ultimately, he had to return the U.S. to watch his Jets finally win a Super Bowl (it’ll happen).

Marie Finnegan

Senior Account Manager

After earning her English degree from Scranton and spending most of her life in Pennsylvania, Marie decided to move to DC for a change of pace. Well, seeing pace for the first time in her life might be the more accurate verb. (English major, remember.) She started her career at a small PR company in Fairfax, improving the images of various beauty products and services. Her goal is to support her awesome sales team in its mission to make it rain. (That's an idiom, more proof that Marie is using her degree.)

Curtis Raye

General Editor

Following fine schooling at GW, Curtis found himself in the thick of the 2008 presidential campaign. Campaign finance rules forbid naming one's candidate within 100 characters of a biography. So he won't name names. But he wants it on the record that she was a good boss. While city life is grand, he hails from a rural area of northern New Jersey nestled near the green and beautiful Shawangunk Ridge. He also has a tendency to over-pastoralize his hometown. Prior performances include as an FCC intern and Ko-Ko in Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Mikado." For photos and tales from his travels, visit http://www.curtisraye.com. Sure, the name is a bit egotistical, but it helps his grandmother remember it. 

Jenna Bruce

Business Manager, Denver & Phoenix

Jenna Bruce hails from a small town in Colorado, where the beer flows like wine and the women flock instinctively like the salmon of Capistrano…a little place called Aspen. Skiing from the ripe young age of 2 years old, Jenna has always been a lover of the outdoors and mostly all sports-related activities. When indoors, Jenna enjoys reading, drinking wine and a rowdy battle of Cards Against Humanity (and sometimes watching WWE Divas). Jenna graduated from the University of Colorado (CU—not to be confused with U of C Boulder), majoring in Journalism, and though she loved writing, she decided to pursue other opportunities. She followed her sister to Chicago and there began her career in real estate. She soon fell in love with the sales role and the fact that golf is an acceptable form of business meetings. She’s excited to be joining Bisnow and to be making the move back to CO and her roots. This time, however, she won’t be making the move alone, as she was recently married in Tulum, MX and her wonderful and supportive husband Jake Meilach (also in CRE) will be joining in for the adventure.

Jonathan Hobfoll

Director, Midwest, Canada

After passing the Illinois bar exam, in addition to the Series 7 and Series 66 Financial Regulatory exams, Jonathan came to the conclusion that he was very proficient at filling in circles with a pencil. Years of learnin’ at University of Delaware in areas like “international marketing” and “business management” transformed this small town rube into a sophisticated city mouse. At school, he embodied the superlative "handsomest student" (he has a very supportive mother) and was emboldened to move to New York to attend Brooklyn Law. Armed with this pedigree, Jonathan followed his dreams and moved to the Virgin Islands and did his best Brian Flanagan Cocktail impression. Upon return to Chicago, he began sneaking into our events under the alias 'Bolt Speedman.' We have since caught on, so we gave him a nameplate and desk in hopes that he can fill in circles with a pencil for us.

Chuck Sudo

Reporter, Chicago

Half second generation Greek-American, half Virginia hill people but 100% Chicagoan, Chuck comes to Bisnow after nearly a decade at Chicagoist.com, where he was editor-in-chief for 4 ½ years. He's written for various local pubs including the Chicago Sun-Times and Time Out Chicago. Before that he studied nuclear engineering (not very well, mind you) and indulged a pirate fantasy in the Navy. (The Navy has shockingly strict policies against eye-patches and peg legs.) Chuck loves to bike (even on Chicago’s potholed streets), has impeccable taste in beer and bourbon, loves to explore the city’s seedy underbelly and recount his adventures in story (he's like Batman without the cape or the pull ups), still says "Sears Tower" and "Marshall Field's," roots for the White Sox—he lives near Sox Park—and has been known to rescue a pit bull or two. They’re the sweetest dogs ever.

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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