|Job Title||Chief Digital Strategist|
|Member Since||29 Mar 2009|
|Areas of Expertise||Content Marketing and Strategy, Mobile, Social Media, Strategy and Planning, Web Analytics|
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Chris Bryant is a new media pioneer, successful entrepreneur, and currently a partner at BigVoice Unlimited.
In 1994, Chris was given an advance copy of Laura Lemay’s first book on HTML and began building websites out of his apartment on New York’s Upper East Side. A speaking opportunity at Apple’s New York Market Center in early 1995 produced his first two big clients: Toys R Us and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Company.
T3 Media was born and quickly grew into the leading provider of interactive marketing services for Broadway’s biggest shows including Phantom, Les Misérables, Cats and many others. By 1997, T3 Media had become the Interactive Agency of Record for major divisions of Fortune 500 brands like Microsoft, Deutsche Bank and American Express
Over a 5-year period Chris successfully built the company into a national presence, raised equity and debt financing for the expansion and ultimately sold the company in 1999. He remained the company’s CEO through 2001 when left to pursue other interests. Chris was a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 1999.
Since 2003 Chris has been involved as a partner, board member or adviser to 10 businesses including Elizabeth Street Gallery – importing 18th and 19th Century European carved stone statuary, garden ornaments and architectural elements.
Chris is passionate about Entrepreneurship and has been an active member in the Entrepreneurs’ Organization since 1998. He served on the New York City Chapter board including 2 years as its President from 2005-07. Since then he has been heavily engaged in the organization’s global leadership.
In 2008, Chris and business partners Mark Burk and Victoria Lang founded BigVoice Unlimited to help companies build bigger voices.
Blog comments by Chris Bryant
- Domino's Social Media Mess, 15 Apr 2009