Warren Strugatch is a writer, consultant and speaker with over 25 years of experience.
A former business columnist with The New York Times, he has chronicled entrepreneurship, corporate news, executive decision-making and economic transformation across the United States. His articles, essays and profiles appear in many leading business, trade and general-interest publications including New York magazine, Chief Executive, Columbia Journalism Review, American Banker, Global Trade and Newsday. His business and economic writing is frequently referenced online, in books and publications and in business forums. He has won awards from such organizations as Society of Professional Journalists, Society of American Business Editors & Writers, Long Island Fair Media Council and Mollie Parnis Livingston Foundation.
Warren has produced "Getting to Work," an interview series about Americans and their jobs, broadcast over National Public Radio. He is producer and moderator of "Out of the Question," a live roundtable event featuring prominent guests from business, government, the arts and technology held in Guild Hall (East Hampton NY) and other venues. He was co-producer and moderator of "M&A Summit in the Hamptons," a private-investment conference held in Southampton NY; "Your Career in the Arts," a mentorship event connecting local aspiring artists with role models in music, art, photography and screenwriting; and a series of merger and acquisition conferences held in New York, Chicago and other cities. He is a frequent panelist, speaker and program moderator at business conferences around the country. He has lectured on journalism and the media at New York University, Hofstra University and other schools.
As a partner in the Inflection Point Associates, Inc., a marketing and communications firm based near New York City, Warren provides consulting services including market research, strategic planning, content creation and executive coaching to companies, associations and professional practice firms in such industries as hospitality, law, high-tech, real estate and retail.