Sunday, 24 June 2012

Mark Birnbaum Joins the New York City Hospitality Alliance

Mark Birnbaum founded of EMM Group in 2006. In just a short time he and his EMM Group pamrtners, Eugene Remm and Michael Hirtenstein, have made a name for themselves as the “Kings of New York.” Mr. Birnbaum and his business partners have been dominating New York City, and more specifically the Meatpacking District with their innovative restaurants and trendy nightclubs. Tenjune, The Chandelier Room, SL, Abe & Arthur’s, Lexington Brass and Catch are amongst EMM Group’s most sensational business ventures.

Mark Birnbaum is a remarkably successful business man and his business is growing exponentially, surpassing his competition. He is in the midst of new business partnerships, and opening several new venues. It has also been confirmed that Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm will be joining the New York City Hospitality Alliance to represent the interests of restaurants, bars and hotels when it comes to regulatory and legislative issues.

The New York City Hospitality Alliance was formed and is being led by Andrew Rigie and Robert Bookman. Rigie was the executive vice president of the New York City Hospitality Alliance and Bookman was the co-founder of the New York Nightlife Association, which will be merged with the new group. In addition to the powerful efforts of Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm, the newly formed group will have more than 300 founding members. The New York City Hospitality Alliance has been in the works for a few years and is looking for an official launch in early fall. The group is expecting to add more members over the summer to represent both larger and smaller companies facing difficult regulations in New York City.

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