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The tastemakers

Jon Levy

Jon LevyThis Upper West Side, New York based ‘behaviour expert’ is best known for his Influencers Dinners. Jon Levy founded this “secret dining experience” in 2009 and in the time since attendees have included Internet entrepreneurs Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss and the actor Andre Royo. The son of a painter and a composer-conductor, of his events Levy told The New York Times: “It’s about bringing extraordinary people together”.

 

Comments

11 comments on “Jon Levy”

  1. Sounds like a load of old bull to me. Just another ‘networking concept’. And what the hell is a ‘behaviour expert’? Any ideas Chaim or Glenmore?

    1. Peter, not sure what he is on about, however, should his topic be a structured synopsis of the behavioural sciences in a psychiatric context, I certainly approve……. We Steeple Time readers are no fools.

  2. Could he look any more like the textbook definition of a douche? I’ve met the dude a few times – never have encountered a person that loves himself more than he does.

        1. With a name like Yolanda you would. Did you like the very large flower stuck in his lapel. Is it meant to be telling us something?

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