Robert Tuchman

Robert Tuchman

Entrepreneur and Founder of Goviva

Robert Tuchman is president of Goviva, which aims to provide once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as trips to the Super Bowl. Prior, Tuchman founded TSE Sports and Entertainment in 1997. TSE was a marketing company with operating divisions focused on athlete marketing, event management, promotion and hospitality. It was sold to private equity firm Pfingsten Partners. Tuchman is also author of two books including Young Guns: The Fearless Entrepreneur.

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