RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bulletin Intelligence, a leading provider of customized competitive-intelligence briefings for the highest-level corporate and government executives, today announced that Ben Fritz has joined the company as Vice President of Corporate Development. Fritz will have responsibility for growing and diversifying the company’s partnerships with third-party providers of business intelligence data.
“Insiders know us as the company that writes the daily White House News Summary and other customized media-media monitoring services for government,” says CEO Paul Roellig. “People don’t realize that over two thirds of our revenue now comes from the private sector and that we now also analyze data from financial-analyst reports, think-tank studies, patent filings, corporate job listings and other non-news sources. Ben will play a critical role in our continued evolution, cementing our position as a comprehensive provider of business intelligence insights.”
Fritz joins the company with over a decade of experience working with rapidly growing companies in various operational, advisory and investing roles. Most recently, he was a Principal with the private equity firm Global Environment Fund, where he focused on providing growth capital to companies in the technology and industrial sectors. Fritz holds a Bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
About Bulletin Intelligence:
Bulletin Intelligence counts among its longstanding clients the White House and two thirds of the members of the President’s Cabinet at their respective Departments and Agencies. As the business evolves, it has quickly come to serve the C-Suites across a wide range of Fortune 500 companies. The services, with annual contract values ranging from $100K to over $700K, include fully-customized briefings and dashboards that provide, as one CEO described it, “The perfect antidote to information overload.” Its expert analysts work through the night to aggregate, analyze and distill to its core, and then deliver early each morning, in a quick-read briefing format, all the latest news and other open-source information on an organization, its competitors and its issues, from tens of thousands of sources. This is accompanied by media analytics that quantify the reputational effect of the positive/negative coverage on an organization.