by Diccon Hyatt
Chris Kuenne has made a career out of quantifying abstract concepts. “I have focused on developing approaches to understanding and creating the boundaries of things that heretofore were thought of as being unbounded,” he says.
But Kuenne is not a scientist or a philosopher; he’s a marketer. He made his fortune building the marketing firm Rosetta, and selling it off for more than half a billion dollars to Publicis Group in 2011. He now uses the skills he built at Rosetta as a venture capitalist at his Nassau Street-based company, Rosemark Capital (U.S. 1, October 16, 2013).
Kuenne will speak at a meeting of the Association for Corporate Growth on Tuesday, December 2, at 6 p.m. at the Westin Princeton. Tickets are $85 for ACG members, $110 for nonmembers. For more information, visit www.acg.org.