Agorafy Welcomes Dan Bratman As Director Of Content
NEW YORK, July 07, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Agorafy, a New York City-based real estate technology company, is thrilled to announce Dan Bratman as its new Director of Content.
Dan brings more than ten years of experience to his new position at Agorafy. With extensive and diverse skillsets ranging from film production, sound design, copywriting, advertising and project management, He will parlay these abilities to help bring Agorafy to the next level of media content.
In this key position, Dan will oversee all content initiatives across multiple platforms to drive engagement, retention and positive users’ behavior. His background in creating connection through both written copy and video production will help add a strong media presence to Agorafy’s brand.
“We are really excited to have Mr. Dan Bratman on board. His experience will serve as the engine to not only build a great product, but also to inform and educate our users on how to get the best out of them. Content is golden, and Agorafy is building a content platform that will add value to information within the real estate industry and beyond. In conjunction with building our media team, we are concurrently growing our engineers team for the global expansion effort as we continue to cover New York City, our primary territory base. We always want to listen to our customers, and from their feedback adjust our approach to meet with their needs and expectations,” said Richard Du, Agorafy’s founder and CEO.
“I am truly excited to join this amazing team. Not only is Agorafy quickly rising in the real estate technology market, but CEO Richard Du and the rest of his team have a vision that matches my values of building community through media. I am honored to help lead this company into a new era of content for real estate technology.”
Previously, Dan has worked for USAToday as well as various production companies where he has participated in producing documentaries about the nonviolence movement in Mexico and curing Tourette’s Syndrome. He has traveled the world filming in places like the tent cities of Haiti and the favelas of Rio, bringing exposure to the economic and social disparities in disadvantaged countries. Prior to his experience in writing and making films, Dan spent 30 years training horses, importing horses from Europe for sale in the US, and competing professionally as a show jumper rider.
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