Technology company Big Un (ASX:BIG) has announced the appointment of David Steinberg as Chairman of its Global Advisory Board, who is Co-Founder and CEO of Zeta Global, a strategic partner with Big Un.
David Steinberg is also a Co-Founder of Caivis Investment Corp and has appeared on CNBC and Fox Business news, as well as starting up and exiting five start ups worth a collective $2 billion.
The role is for a minimum of two years and is responsible for building the company’s global advisory board and providing advice to the board related to growth strategies, partnerships and extension plans as it rolls out its business model into the US market.
Big Un announced quarterly results yesterday, reporting cash revenues for the quarter at $22.5 million, which is a 460 per cent increase from the same time the previous year.
The company achieved a cash profit of $10.3 million for the quarter, taking its closing cash balance to $31.4 million.
Shares in Big Un (ASX:BIG) are trading 1.91 per cent higher to $3.73.