Robert Levin founded The New York Enterprise Report in 2003 to serve the needs of the small business community with which he has worked so closely throughout his professional career. Available both in-print and online, NY Report is the only media that caters exclusively to decision makers in the New York tri-state area’s small business market. Featuring award-winning “how-to” articles written by experts, each issue of NY Report provides critical knowledge that makes it a must-read for those looking to grow their businesses. In addition to its print and online properties, NY Report also produces events for business owners as well as hosts the annual Small Business Awards. Levin has extensive experience with midsize and small businesses, having previously held executive positions with companies in several industries. He is also a contributor for The Huffington Post. Prior to launching NY Report, Levin was the CEO of Profile Pursuit, a custom magazine publisher whose clients included Crunch Gym and the ATP. While CEO, he was in charge of revamping the company’s sales process and improving its relationship with partners. Levin was also the CFO of PenOp, a software developer based in New York and the U.K. Soon after joining PenOp, he became part of a three-man team that raised $4.4 million from venture capital and institutional investors, enabling the company to survive a cash crunch. He has also served as COO and CFO of NutriPlus, LLC, an international marketer of personal care products. His responsibilities at NutriPlus included building a multi-functional management team, automating operational processes and designing and implementing a strategic planning and budgeting system. Prior to his tenure at NutriPlus, Levin had his own consulting firm in Los Angeles that specialized in business management and finance. Levin began his career as a tax consultant in Arthur Andersen LLP’s Enterprise Group, assisting dozens of clients with tax and business issues associated with growing companies. A certified public accountant, Levin was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and earned his BS from SUNY Albany and his MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA.