Member Since: 1st Jun 2016
Lee Evan’s entrepreneurial activities consult on corporate deal making, using his experiences to launch his latest venture, SurveyMe, which has grown to incorporate businesses in more than 140 countries. By empowering businesses integrating real-time customer feedback, Lee proves his commitment to returning power to consumers and assisting organizations in the pursuit of their own small business success.
Throughout all of Lee Evan’s career, he has sought out entrepreneurial activities and honed his skills as a savvy businessman to consult on corporate deal making, ultimately using his experiences to launch his latest venture, SurveyMe, in May of 2014. From its humble beginning of a spare-bedroom startup, SurveyMe has since grown to incorporate businesses in more than 130 countries. Lee’s vision for SurveyMe was born out of his own success, listening to his customers as he developed Bear Factory Ireland, later acquired by Build-a-Bear Inc., into plush retailer with $4.5 million in sales within 18 months. By empowering businesses with a means of integrating real-time customer feedback, Lee proves his commitment to returning power to consumers and assisting organizations in the pursuit of their own small business success.
Prior to SurveyMe, Lee worked at Grant Thornton where he advised on corporate mergers and acquisitions worth more than $232 million as well as working mergers and acquisitions for Glanbia PLC in Ireland, the world’s largest multinational dairy company. While studying for his MBA in retail from The University of Stirling, Lee worked for Cisco Systems managing a team of 12 across 78 emerging market countries in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Chief Executive Office and Co-Founder SurveyMe
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