Bennett Fisher is responsible for the vision, strategy, and leadership of Retroficiency. Previously, Bennett worked at Pitcairn Properties where he helped source and underwrite +$300M in acquisition and development deals. He successfully repositioned and sold their $150M flex portfolio achieving +20% returns for investors.
Through his work, Bennett became passionate about commercial real estate and the use of technology to identify energy savings opportunities. He has spent the previous 10 years researching, acquiring, and operating commercial buildings while trying to make the process more efficient by leveraging innovative trends and business concepts.
Bennett received his B.A. in Economics from the Johns Hopkins University and an M.B.A. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management where he met Retroficiency Co-Founder Bryan Long.
|Dec 29, 2014||Beta Boston - Scaling successful companies and nixing noncompetes: Two initiatives for 2015|
|Apr 16, 2014||Xconomy - Retroficiency: Thermostat Tweaks in Big Buildings Can Save Millions|
|Jul 19, 2012||Bloomberg - America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs: 2012 Winners|
|Apr 19, 2012||Xconomy - Nexamp Unit Purchase Helps Retroficiency Inflate its Energy Efficiency Footprint|
|Mar 29, 2012||Xconomy - Announcing XSITE June 14: Evernote, Uber, Zaarly, IBM's Watson, & More|
|Feb 15, 2012||Gigaom - How big data can tackle commercial building energy|
|Jan 20, 2012||TechCrunch - Retroficiency Identifies Building Energy Inefficiencies Without Ever Stepping Inside|
|Dec 1, 2011||ZD Net - More VC money for energy-efficiency technology, services|