Miami, FL (Monday, October 25, 2021)- Pulse Sports and Entertainment today announced Brian Bishop as the company’s Chief Revenue.

“I’m extremely excited to welcome Brian to the PSE family, both as an executive and as partner.” said Jurgen Mainka, the CEO and Founding Partner of PSE. “Brian’s experience and reputation in the global sports and entertainment sponsorship landscape will add great value to our existing and future clients.”

Brian’s role at PSE will focus on a three-fold approach to servicing our diverse roster of clients, which includes strategic development of sponsorship platforms, analysis and recommendation of sponsorship investment and sponsorship sales.

“Through the last few years, it’s become apparent that a sport fan’s experiences of their team and the games played has to be as strong virtually as it is in real life, especially among Gen Z and young millennial audiences. This means the best engagements are going to integrate best practices from digital, social, stadium, merchandise, and partnership marketing,” said Brian Bishop, newly appointed Chief Revenue Officer and Partner of PSE. “I’m incredibly proud to join the ownership group at Pulse alongside Jurgen, Jean, and the rest of the team to bring this integrated vision to life and realize full potential of fan engagement in the new world today.”

Brian is a creative and dynamic business development leader with 25+ years of building teams and sales organizations. Serving in various governmental and leadership roles in his home state of Illinois and executive leadership roles with Harte Hanks, Learfield Sports, The Florida Panthers and The University of Miami.

Throughout his career, Brian has consistently created unique marketing efforts to improve the bottom line and visibility, as well as enriching the communities he has lived and worked in. His work with the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee helped showcase Miami for the 100th Anniversary Season of the NFL and last major global sporting event prior to the pandemic of 2020. The Miami Super Bowl generated over $400m in economic impact for South Florida region.

Following Super Bowl LIV, Brian joined the David Beckham owned Inter Miami expansion franchise for MLS in Miami. He built a team that was key in securing partnership revenue for the club prior to the pandemic shut down and then working with the executive team of Inter Miami and MLS his team led MLS with the highest revenue retention rate across the league during the Return to MLS and shortened reduced attendance season of 2020.

A Chicago native and fan of the Super Bowl Shuffle, Brian and his fiancé Mary Jo share time between homes in Chicago and Coral Gables, they have three sons.