Formerly employed as Chief Operating Officer at Ai Media Group, Steve E. Evans was responsible for all the operations including client management, campaign management, technology services, finance, HR, and general administration. Steve worked with CIO on project management and improvements on the AiMG proprietary software, AiTrk which is used for digital media attribution and reporting across networks, sites, and other marketing channels.
With growth and expansion strategies as his area of expertise, Steve is a strong business development professional with MBA focused in Finance from University of Tennessee. Currently, he is serving as CEO at 6W Group. It is an advisory group that specializes primarily in the services business focused on media and entertainment, legal, technology, and real estate industries. It makes use of its innovative, 6-point analysis method and creates solutions that help initiate and grow the flourishing businesses.
Formerly, Steve served as the Finance Manager at United Parcel Services where he was promoted several times and was ultimately relocated to Florida as a Regional Finance Manager. He reported to the Florida CFO and was responsible for overseeing the business planning, profitability, and revenue operations.
Reporting to the Global CFO as the Senior Partner at Neo Ogilvy in 2005, Steve managed North American finance and operations in multiple offices. Here, he was responsible for the financial stewardship of all clients and markets within North America.
Steve E. Evans is highly skilled in Strategic Planning & Organizational Leadership, M&A and JV Experience, Budgeting & Cost Management, HR/IT/Legal Administration, Profitability & Cost Analysis, Process Design & Productivity Improvement, Systems & Technology Utilization, Team Building & Performance Improvement. He possesses superior interpersonal skills with capability to resolve multiple and complex issues and motivating staff to peak performance
About Steve E. Evans
Formerly, Steve E. Evans was employed as Vice President in Investment Bank at Lehman Brothers. Here, he managed the technology expense P&L globally which exceeded $1B for all business units in the firm. These divisions were made up of Investment Banking, Private Client Services, Fixed Income, etc. reporting to the global Expense Director who reported to the CFO.