Formerly working at MCI WorldCom in telecommunications, Steve E. Evans reported to the Global Finance Director and was recruited to manage global business revenue plan that exceeded $18 B annually as well as revenue strategy, modeling, and analysis.

Formerly reporting to the US President as CFO of The Engine Group NA, Steve E. Evans was responsible for the finance and accounting, human resources, IT, real estate, and operations. Steve worked to develop and direct the financial plans to the strategic business plan, company growth and direction, and market opportunities.

In 2000, he was employed as Vice President in Investment Bank at Lehman Brothers where 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.

His areas of specialization Strategic Planning & Organizational Leadership, M&A and JV Experience, Budgeting & Cost Management, Growth & Expansion Strategies, HR/IT/Legal Administration, Profitability & Cost Analysis, Process Design & Productivity Improvement, Systems & Technology Utilization, Team Building & Performance Improvement.

Currently serving as the CEO at 6W Group, Steve makes use of his keen analysis, insights, and team approach to drive the organizational improvements and implementations of best practices. This firm uses its innovative, 6-point analysis method and creates solutions that help initiate and grow flourishing businesses. It specializes primarily in the services business focused on media and entertainment.

About Steve E. Evans

Steve E. Evans formerly worked as the Senior Partner at Neo Ogilvy in 2005. He was highly accountable for all client media inventory as stated in the respective contracts and statements of work in conjunction with vendor procurement of respective inventory. He also took the responsibility for the financial stewardship of all clients and markets within North America.