Mark Fisher is an in-demand international speaker, consultant and entrepreneur.
His core expertise is helping business owners achieve financial success and personal freedom through community building, leadership development and creating healthy organizational cultures. He’s also excellent at playing with puppies.
Mark and his “non-sexual life partner” Michael created Business for Unicorns in 2016 and have since worked with clients like Sony Music, Sylvan Learning, the ACLU as well as many of the leading fitness studios across the US and UK. They are also proud alumni speakers of TEDx Broadway.
In addition to their consulting and teaching through Business for Unicorns, Michael and Mark also co-founded Mark Fisher Fitness (MFF), one of the most successful gyms in the history of the fitness industry. MFF has two physical locations in Manhattan and was recognized as No. 312 on the 2015 Inc. 500 fastest-growing companies in America as well as one of Men’s Health’s “Top 20 Gyms in America.”
About Mark Fisher Fitness
With a reputation as the Broadway community’s fitness home of choice, MFF has been featured in Forbes, the New York Times, the New York Post, the Huffington Post and the Wall Street Journal, among others. MFF has made waves in the fitness industry for its unprecedented growth, industry-leading results and unique approach to culture. Living its mantra of “ridiculous humans, serious fitness,” MFF provides progressive training and nutrition protocols in a delivery system of subversive humor, fantastical imagery and outrageous antics. Michael and Mark also inexplicably talk about unicorns, call their clients ninjas and treat fun, community and personal growth as core values.
More About Mark
Mark has a B.F.A. from Syracuse University, is a former professional actor and has spent several years serving on the Advisory Board for New York City Center’s Off-Center. Mark is also a co-founder and Board Member of The Uprising NYC, an innovative nonprofit devoted to empowering people to become engaged and informed citizens. He is a proud member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization.
*Bios are kind of awkward, don’t you think? You know what else is awkward? Scroll all the way down.*
For more about Mark’s current projects, visit any of the websites in the footer, watch his TEDx talk and read the latest Business for Unicorns blog posts below.
*Mark awkwardly wrestling another man in a chicken costume.