Mark LevyFounder, Levy Innovation LLC
Mark Levy is the founder of Levy Innovation LLC, a positioning and strategy firm that helps organizations and thought leaders differentiate by using, what he calls, “a big sexy idea.”
Mark has consulted to some of the world’s most prominent companies and individuals, including CEOS of major brands, like Popeye’s; the former head of Strategy at the Harvard Business School; and thought leaders, such as Simon Sinek of “Start with Why” fame.
Mark has also consulted to a TV special on the History Channel, as well as to the iconic Netflix series, “Mystery Science Theater 3000.”
Before devoting his work full-time to Levy Innovation, Mark served as Chief Marketing Officer of an Inc. 5,000 experiential branding organization with clients such as Bank of America, Nordstrom, Time Warner, and Stanford University.
Mark has written for the New York Times, and has written or co-created five books, including “Accidental Genius: Using Writing to Generate Your Best Ideas, Insight, and Content,” which has been published in ten languages.
He has taught entrepreneurial strategy and persuasive business writing at Rutgers University.
Besides his positioning work, Mark creates magic tricks and shows. One of the shows he co-created, “Chamber Magic,” has run 18 years, in over 5000 performances, and appears on TripAdvisor as New York City’s highest-rated live show, ahead of even the musical “Hamilton.”