David Baum works at the crossroads of technology, business, and politics and serves as a valued strategic advisor to CEOs, entrepreneurs, and founders. Baum works closely with leaders of start-ups and global organizations to develop integrated communications programs spanning technology, blockchain, public affairs, crisis communications and reputation management, website development, and thought leadership.
In 2020, David was selected to PRWeek’s prestigious 40 under 40 list of stars in the Communications industry.
To wit, Baum developed and launched Allison+Partners’ Start-Up Lifecycle program, which provides advisory services for founders and business leaders as they scale their organizations. He led the development and implementation of multimillion-dollar global integrated communications programs for clients. He advises young CEO start-up founders daily, bringing his insights back to Allison+Partners to inform practice leads on trends and shifts in the market.
He also serves as a lead faculty member for the “Allison University” program, which provides training for agency employees throughout the globe — a mission that has shown him to be a model of cross-office collaboration across multiple accounts on the local and global level.
Welcome to the new Miami. Blockchain, crypto, venture capital and emerging tech companies have stampeded to the area and laid the foundation for a new tech ecosystem transforming the region into a leading force on the frontiers of technology and digital payments.
Our Miami office is at the tip of the spear of this generational shift, and our diverse culture and entrepreneurial spirit are the perfect fit for this global city.
Our Miami team works with innovative technology companies to help them tell their stories dynamically across an array of mediums, driving business growth and innovation through strategic communications and integrated marketing.
Twenty-four hours in Miami can either be the start of a morning or the end of an epic night. The best way to explore “The Magic City” is to first begin on Miami Beach with sunrise yoga at dawn.
From there, rent a bike, walk, or run-down Collins Avenue to Abba for a healthy and delicious Mediterranean breakfast. The sun is now starting to hit in full force; drive to Coconut Grove, stroll the majestic gardens of the Vizcaya Museum, rent a paddle board or jet ski, and jump into beautiful Biscayne Bay.
After you work up another appetite, head toward Little Havana, stroll the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame and stop in Versailles for its famous Cuban sandwich.
Miami’s art scene is more than Art Basel; the city is home to world-renowned art museums. Take your pick from the Pérez Art Museum Miami, The Bass, the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse in Wynwood, or countless other galleries and exhibits.
Golden Hour is epic in Miami. With stunning sunsets off the bay. Need a drink? Head to Monty’s Raw Bar for oysters and a great view of the Miami marina, Joia Beach Club for music along the water or stop in at Bai Beach Club at the Mondrian Hotel for sunset cocktails.
Now the real fun begins. As the sun sets, the city’s world-famous nightlife takes off. There is no shortage of dining options in Miami, from bottle service and sparklers to old-school establishments and international cuisine.
Shining the bright lights in the city, Mila and Komodo provide an over-the-top experience for those looking to cut loose. Don’t underestimate Miami’s history with the 1950s glamour of the Surf Club and the world-famous Joe’s Stone Crab. Looking for some of the best Caribbean food in the world? Check out Creole Little Kitchen and Piman Bouk in Little Haiti. DJs and Entertainers run the night in Miami.
After dinner, it is time to hit the dance floor. The options are limitless. Take your pick from Salsa clubs, famous nightclubs, such as LIV and Story, to trendy new spots in the Wynwood neighborhood.
However the day begins or ends, we will see you tomorrow morning at sunrise on the beach. The beat and rhythm of the Magic City never stops.