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#38 | Chris Stegner | CEO @ Very Big Things

South Florida Tech Podcast

Tech Hub South Florida CEO, Joe Russo, and Johanna Mikkola, CEO & Co-Founder of BrainStation interview Chris Stegner (CEO @ Very Big Things), serial entrepreneur, CTO, and VC firm partner.

34mins

2 Mar 2021

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Ep. 81: CEO at Very Big Things, Chris Stegner: How His Entrepreneurial Skills Had His Entire Fourth-Grade Class Selling His Artwork and Now the World is Buying His Services at Very Big Things

How The F**k Did You Get That Job?

How the f**k did Chris Stegner go from selling candy and art at elementary school to creating a super successful tech startup? Chris is from Oklahoma City. He sold his first computer technology company around the time he was entering high school right before the dot-com bubble burst. He sold cars in Washington state for a bit after high school before moving to South Florida. There, he started to work with computers again. Chris spent the next decade working in a tech based role for several companies including Bitovian, Z9 Capital, and Mad Dev. In 2018, he started Very Big Things, a technology company which has been called South Florida’s most acclaimed startup and won a Webby award. Today he is still running Very Big Things. So how was he able to create such a successful business? And how similar is Chris to Matthew McConaughey?

48mins

3 Dec 2020

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Challenging the Status Quo with Disruption and Digital Transformation with CEO Chris Stegner | Ep 132

The Digital Executive

Very Big Things' CEO, Chris Stegner, joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast.  He shares his story on how his company has helped his customers' businesses transform and thrive during a pandemic-challenged economy. Simply, they focus on happy clients, exceptional products and a very happy team.

15mins

22 Nov 2020