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Steve Pogson

I build businesses with marketing, technology, and simplicity

Job Interactive Strategist / First Pier

Lives In Woods of Falmouth

Steve Pogson is a web strategist and management consultant with more than 13 years of experience in mobile technologies, online strategy, and large-scale digital campaigns. Steve’s career began as a developer of applications and tools for an online start-up in Philadelphia in 1999. He then went to work for consulting firm Accenture, where he led critical web deliveries in the rural Midwest, Portugal, scenic Parsipanny New Jersey, and Chicago.  With boutique New York consulting firm IntraSphere, Steve led multi-million dollar strategic IT efforts at Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Sony, and other Fortune 500 other companies. In 2008, Steve answered the call to live "life the way it should be" and moved to Portland, Maine after a brief but powerful 48-hour visit. Soon after, he founded First Pier, an Old Port-based consultancy & internet marketing firm devoted to helping businesses succeed with technology. Steve lives in the woods near Portland with his wife and their aging-but-lively dog.

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