Jon helped build the company into one of the largest independent agency networks in the world. Kirshenbaum & Bond's assets included the digital agency Dotglu, Media Kitchen, Lime Promotions (who invented the "pop-up store"), and VMM, a digital media buying/technology shop. Billings exceeded $1B at the time the agency was sold to MDC in late 2009, and clients included a who's who of brand leaders in virtually every sector: BMW, Citi, Capital One, Avon, Target, Tommy Hilfiger, Victoria's Secret, Kao brands, Revlon, Estee Lauder, Cisco, Keds, Verizon, Snapple, Wyndham hotels, Delta, Netjets, Meow Mix, Wendy's, IHOP, AT&T, Diageo, LVMH, and Abbott Labs.
Currently, Jon is Chief Tomorroist at Tomorro LLC, a holding company and 'value accelerator' for digital marketing and media properties such as recently acquired Blackbook magazine, ad fraud detection company White Ops, and ROI optimization tool, Promodity.
Previously, Jon was CEO of Big Fuel, the second largest social media agency in the world. Big Fuel's clients included all divisions of GM, Microsoft, Sheraton, Philips, T-Mobile, and AB InBev.
In 2010, Jon was voted number four in Adweek's Executive of the Decade poll.
Jon has served on the board of the AAAA, the Ad Council, Advertising Week, and was chairman of Worldwide Partners, the 10th largest global agency network with offices in 63 countries. Jon has appeared on 20/20, The Today Show, CNN, and has been a regular guest blogger for The Huffington Post. He also co-authored Under the Radar, which has now been published in five languages.