Known as “New York’s Chief Small Business Officer ,” Robert Levin founded<br />
<a href="http://nyreport.com/" target="_hplink"><em>The New York Enterprise Report</em></a> in 2003. In print and online, <em>NY Report</em> is read by more than 90,000 business owners and executives for ideas and solutions to help them grow their businesses. <em>NY Report</em> also produces events for business owners, as well as hosting the annual New York Small Business Awards. Prior to founding <em>NY Report</em>, Levin was a CEO and CFO of several businesses.<br />
Levin, a recovering certified public accountant, was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and earned his BS from SUNY Albany and his MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA. He has been cited as an expert on small businesses in <em>The New York Times</em>, <em>Bloomberg</em>, <em>MSNBC</em> and <em>CNN</em>, among others. In 2004, he was also named NY 1’s New Yorker of the Week in recognition of his work helping small businesses and was an SBA Journalist of the Year in 2006.