Bennett Voyles

For over 20 years, Bennett Voyles has helped Fortune 500 executives, consultants at Big Four accounting firms, professors at top business schools, and trade association editors turn their ideas into books, articles, and op-eds. An American expatriate comfortable in an international environment, Voyles runs a global editorial practice with clients in Asia, Europe, and North America.

Voyles has published over a thousand articles on a variety of business topics, with a particular focus on alternative investments, asset securitization, commercial real estate, compliance, distributed work, executive coaching, energy and utilities, entrepreneurship, innovation, logistics, management, macroeconomic forecasts, mergers & acquisitions, pricing, and technology.

Before setting out on his own in 2001, he served as producer of the E-business Forum, a publication of the Economist Intelligence Unit, the business information arm of The Economist. He holds an MBA in finance and marketing from the Stern School of Business at New York University and a bachelor’s degree in history and English from Yale University.

Voyles is also the author of Onward, Backward! -or- A Ramble to Santiago (Dämmerungskollektiv 2020), a travelogue about a 1,500-km trek he made with his wife and three daughters across France and Spain.

David Pogue (New York Times columnist, CBS Sunday Morning News presenter and five-time Emmy Award-winner, frequent PBS host) described Voyles as “steeped in European history, transparent about the complexities of family dynamics, and burst-out-loud funny as a writer.”

Mary Norris (Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen; Greek to Me: Adventures of the Comma Queen) and long-time copy editor at The New Yorker, said “Voyles’ research is wide and his footnotes deep and delightful, with meditations on everything from saints to bedbugs, and fleeting, indelible images of the pilgrims’ progress.”

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