Media & Mentions

Links to Selected Media & Mentions for Kayvon Bina & Companies

November, 2018: Petsky Prunier Fall 2018 Spotlight Dinner at the Princeton Club of New York

Kayvon is the co-founder of Metric Collective, a startup studio scaling companies that optimize customer acquisition and lifetime value for brands. Prior to co-founding Metric, Kayvon had nearly a decade of experience in venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and strategy consulting in the technology and interactive media industries. Kayvon has served as a vice president in the technology, media, and telecom group of Lazard, as an investment professional with Goldman Sachs Capital Partners, and as a consultant with Deloitte Consulting. He graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in Symbolic Systems (Human-Computer Interaction).

June, 2016: The Startup Buyers At Metric Collective Offer Founders A 'Landing Spot' In A Deflating Tech Bubble

"These guys will be very founder driven,” says friend Ravi Gupta, the COO and CFO at Instacart. “One thing that Silicon Valley and its entrepreneurs have a huge premium on is smarts.” By acquiring Boostable with its Y Combinator background, Kella and Bina may have already broken through to tech’s geographic stronghold.

- Alex Konrad, Forbes

February, 2016: Onboard Informatics acquires AddressReport

"Onboard Informatics — which already provides a wealth of neighborhood and property data and can offer clients access to over 100 listing feeds from MLSs — will weave AddressReport’s data into its existing data sets. More notably, the data provider will use the startup to begin offering products that help clients capture and nurture leads over long periods of time through email updates on properties. AddressReport has already provided this type of service to at least one brokerage."

- Teke Wiggin, Inman

January, 2016: Onboard Informatics announces intent to acquire AddressReport

"We’re excited about what’s going to happen once we connect AddressReport’s platform with...the largest and most comprehensive repository of local data used by technology, real estate, and media companies. This will allow the AddressReport platform to do what it was designed to do – crank out dynamic, compelling information that engages."

- Kayvon Bina, co-founder of AddressReport

November, 2015: How NYC's 20 Richest Neighborhoods Vote

"The list of top-earning NYC neighborhoods leans far more Republican (17 percent, on average) than do the neighborhoods' underlying boroughs—no great surprise there. DUMBO and Park Slope, however, jump out as significant exceptions. Both are higher-income than most of Brooklyn, yet both tilt far less Republican than their income data (and even their borough) would suggest."

- Kayvon Bina, co-founder of AddressReport

November, 2015: Brooklyn Rich People Way More Liberal Than Manhattan Rich People

"Park Slope, DUMBO and Brooklyn Heights — the three Brooklyn neighborhoods included on a new list of NYC’s 20 richest neighborhoods — are far more overrun with Democrats than the 17 Manhattan hoods on the list."

- Kayvon Bina, co-founder of AddressReport

April, 2015: Engel & Völkers New York City Partners With Emerging Tech Startup AddressReport

"We’re thrilled to partner with such an acclaimed name in international luxury real estate as they expand their presence in New York City. While AddressReport’s property reports empower New York’s home buyers and sellers with unprecedented levels of information about a building or home, it’s our belief that consumers who leverage the guidance and expertise of an E&V NYC advisor will benefit most from our offering."

- Kayvon Bina, co-founder of AddressReport

April, 2015: Mapping NYC's Neighborhood Laundromats

"The results of the analysis are generally intuitive, but we were certainly surprised to discover that Harlem and East Harlem — two neighborhoods with some of the highest proportions of households with children — had among the fewest laundromats per resident."

- Kayvon Bina, co-founder of AddressReport

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