We are one of the leading information companies in the New York tourist market.

Our focus is print media.  We specialize in designing information pieces that provide targeted and persistent platforms for a wide range of marketing and advertising messages directed to tourists.

Our vast, trackable distribution networks are ideally suited to in-market targets.  We’ve been widely praised for our ability to customize information pieces to suit particular projects, and adapting distribution to respond to incoming metrics.

On the street, we’re best known for our TAB Map walking maps of New York City.  TAB Maps are considered “the best out there” by tourists, concierges, building managers, event planners, trade show organizers, street marketing teams and locals hosting occasional guests.  In the New York metropolitan area alone, over 27,000 people per day – every day – use a TAB Map.

James Sorell

What’s the worst place you’ve ever gotten lost?
Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Croatia – a crumbling 1,000-year-old maze of a place that issued a map that looked like blank graph paper!

If a train leaves Grand Central Station at 4:33 p.m. with 112 passengers and its top speed is 67 miles per hour, what time will it reach Banff?
Banff National Park? That’s 2,525 miles, so 37 hours later it will be 5:06 a.m. Wednesday.

What’s the difference between London and New York?
Mostly the spelling.

What’s your favorite book?
Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita.

Audrey Bretillot

What’s the worst place you’ve ever gotten lost?
The ground floor of Bloomingdale’s.

If a train leaves Grand Central Station at 4:33 p.m. with 112 passengers and its top speed is 67 miles per hour, what time will it reach Banff?
It’s Grand Central Terminal, not Station.  Do my reading glasses make me look fat?

London and New York: What do you love about each?
I love London’s parks, cab drivers, and men’s tailors.  And New York’s Chinatown, its bus drivers, and consignment stores.

What’s on your nightstand?
Back issues of Granta and Foreign Affairs, Sandor Katz’s The Art of Fermentation, black pencils and a sketchpad, a lock-picking practice set.

Kortlyn Shoemaker

What’s the worst place you’ve ever gotten lost?
I don’t get lost – I have an astonishingly good sense of direction.

If a train leaves Grand Central Station at 4:33 p.m. with 112 passengers and its top speed is 67 miles per hour, what time will it reach Banff?
Can I just take a cab?

What’s your animal spirit?
A swan!

Where do you go to unwind in New York City?
The Highline Hotel. They serve Intelligentsia coffee and have great decor with the perfect amount of foot traffic for people watching.

Erick Pinedo

What’s the worst place you’ve ever gotten lost?
The Old City in Marrakesh. That was scary.

If a train leaves Grand Central Station at 4:33 p.m. with 112 passengers and its top speed is 67 miles per hour, what time will it reach Banff?
I don’t care as long as I’m in the bar car.

What’s the most personally rewarding experience you’ve had?
Going to India and volunteering for an NGO to help women and children living in the slums.

What do you do with your avocado pits?
I’ve been trying to grow them for three years with no luck. Please help!