Co-CEO Colson Steber was a guest of Todd Westra on The Growth and Scaling Podcast to talk about his entrepreneurial journey from staff member to owner and Co-CEO of Communications for Research (CFR) and Ag Access.
Colson’s father, Jim Steber, started CFR in 1997 as a telephone research recruitment company. Colson joined CFR in 2012, shortly after..
Colson Steber is calling the closing out of the trilogy!
Previously at the start of COVID, then again in 2021, Colson spoke and now today’s conversation really brings us full circle on the journey he and his business have been on for the last few years.
We start out by getting an update from Colson on how business has been going, specifically the..
Our Co-CEO of Communications for Research (CFR), Colson Steber, joined David Masover on the Driving B2B Sales Revenue podcast to discuss essential moments for company growth and valuable advice for business development. Colson built the company from the ground up - growing up himself in the business. Attributing his success to dependable..
As Communications for Research (CFR) reaches a landmark anniversary of 20 years in business this week, I wanted to take this opportunity to share my perspective on this major milestone. As milestones such as these mean something different to each individual, it's important for me to share where we started and the journey this company has taken to..
Looking back, 2016 was an incredible year for myself and the company. From personal accomplisments to company wins, I'm proud of what the Communications for Research team has been able to achieve. As we look ahead to 2017, I wanted to share a glimpse at where CFR has been, where we are now and where we are going:
I am happy to announce that, as of Monday, May 2, Curtis Burrow and I are the new owners of Communications for Research, Inc. (CFR) after having purchased the business outright from founder and outgoing president, Jim Steber. After creating this company and adeptly overseeing its operations for 18 years, Jim has decided to retire.