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

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


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

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.)

Natascha Bhuiyan

Events Producer

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.

Mike Martinez

Business Manager, Northern California

Mike Martinez is our Northern California Guy. He is 40-ish (ahem), half Cuban and half Italian. Being self-taught in sales for the past 25 years, he has been referred to as the “Sonny Corleone” of Sales. (So don’t take the Long Beach Causeway with him.) Mike values his client relationships above all.  Mike has worked as Ad Director and Sales Consultant titles in various media companies in Southern & Northern California: The Business Press Newspaper, The San Diego Business Journal, The San Diego Reader, KZSW TV, Clear Channel Communications and The San Francisco Business Times. Mike has been mentored by Zig Ziglar, Ken Blanchard, Steven Covey, and the late Ray Shaw from the American City Business Journals. He has a 30ish (ahem), wife who is studying to be an attorney and has 3 beautiful boys and a cat named Ralphy.  Mike has been know to be a Mountain Man at times (and yes – sometimes spotted with a shaggy beard) while hiking and riding mountain bikes. He also enjoys bungee jumping, skydiving, rock climbing, kayaking, abalone diving, skateboarding, car racing....Mike is “The Most Interesting Man in the World.” Mike has a need for speed, so watch out!  Whether it’s climbing at 12,000 feet or going 185 mph, or making that perfect sell, he’s passionate about everything he does. His Motto - “Let’s Crush It!”

Philip Michael

Homepage Editor

Philip grew up in Denmark—the land of Legos and poor Yorick—so he has about 70% understanding of American culture, speaks Danish (gibberish), yet had a more interesting childhood than Huckleberry Finn. He lived with NFL Hall of Famer Will Shields in Kansas, who took Phil to a Pro Bowl when he was 16 and introduced him to Raiders coach Jon Gruden. Phil has an MBA in marketing, a master’s in psych and communications and studied journalism in Hawaii. (Never heard of Hawaii? It's where Hawaii Five-O takes place.). When he's not running the super awesome national news team or blabbering about the law of attraction (not the one with Pierce Brosnan), Phil is hunting for properties, calling boxing fights on TV and hosting a sports/business show on Fox Sports. Oh, and he once met Don King, and says he’s just as crazy as you think he is. (Crazier than Jon Gruden?)

Tom Russo

Copy Editor

Tom was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, the son of a police officer and a teacher. (You will learn when tutored by an educator and a man with a gun!) He left home to attend college in upstate NY, where he learned that both Lake Ontario and mustaches can freeze if it gets cold enough. Upon realizing he would never be a standup comic (lots of stage fright and very little talent), he set out to become the next Edward R. Murrow. Stints at radio stations and newspapers in VA, MD and DE led to the realization that was a joke, so Tom caved to his lifelong love of reading. In his spare time, he enjoys tsundoku, randomly throwing impressive words into sentences, finding new comics on YouTube, pondering the great questions of the universe (is copy editor one word or two?), and seeking a good lawyer to sue Larry the Cable Guy for stealing the term "witless protection" in 2008 without even offering tickets to the movie, let alone royalties.

Francesco Decamilli

Director, Sales & Events

Francesco hails from a seacoast suburb of New Haven. In choosing Yale University, where he eventually received a B.A. in economics, Francesco made the decision to attend college close to home (in fact, his high school was a mile further). He boasts of doing his own laundry fewer than ten times during his 4-year stint at Yale. (His shirts still resent him.) Francesco enjoys soccer, fishing, biking, and all things Italian. Francesco studied abroad in Milan, where he has many relatives and where he made a bold and nearly successful attempt to finally become fluent in Italian. Francesco fell in love with NYC while interning for a tech startup, TxVia, Inc., in the city two summers ago (the company has since been acquired by Google, an acquisition Francesco is happy to take all the credit for). Exposed to the limelight, Francesco is excited to set sail from the coast of New Haven and set foot into Bisnow’s midtown office, his first new home in over 22 years. (We won’t do his laundry, that’s a guarantee.) 

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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