CEO Marc Bell

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Marc Bell, CEO of Marc Bell Capital Partners, Inc., speaks to students about his experiences. This event is free and open to the public.
When
Sep 25, 2013
6:00 PM

Marc Bell has served as managing director of Marc Bell Capital Partners LLC, an investment firm which invests in media and entertainment ventures, real estate and distressed assets. Bell was the founder and president of Globix Corporation, a full-service commercial internet service provider with data centers and a private network with over 20,000 miles of fiber spanning the globe. Globix, which went public in 1996 under the name Bell Technology Group, Ltd., was an initial investor in NetSat Express, a satellite communications joint venture with Globecomm Systems Inc. 

Bell owns Penthouse Magazine and has also been a co-producer of several Broadway musicals and plays (Jersey Boys, The Wedding Singer, August: Osage County, A Catered Affair and Rock of Ages) and has been a winner of the American Theatre Wing's Tony Award (“2008 Best Play” for August: Osage County and “2006 Best Musical” for Jersey Boys). Bell is the executive producer and a co-producer of several full-length motion pictures, and he is an investor in multiple hospitality venues. 

Bell is a member of the board of trustees of New York University and New York University School of Medicine and was an adjunct instructor at the Global Entrepreneurship Center of Florida International University, where he taught graduate courses in Entrepreneurship. Previously, he was also a member of the board of directors of EDGAR Online, Inc., an internet-based provider of filings made by public companies with the SEC. 

Marc Bell holds a B.S. in Accounting from Babson College and an M.S. in Real Estate Development and Investment from New York University.

 

Lynn University's weekly CEO Lecture Series features prominent CEOs sharing their expertise. The CEO Lecture Series is presented by the College of Business and Management.

This event is free and open to the public.

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