- UberBrand Ambassador, 2013 - present
- Eco ReBox, LLC.2009 - present
- MI Technologies, Inc.Marketing Consultant, 2010 - present
- North Park Restaurant Group, LLC.2010 - 2013
- MI Technologies, Inc.2004 - 2010
- Giant Campus, Inc.
- Phone People Holdings
- Quasimoto Interactive, Inc.
- WI Media
Currently, he is the Chief Executive for Less Than Three, LLC, a marketing and development firm, and North Park Restaurant Group, LLC., a restaurant and hospitality services company.
Formerly, he was the Sales and Global Marketing Director at MI Technologies, Inc., a San Diego, CA based corporation that wholesales electronic consumables globally and also manufactures plastic components.
Previously, Eddie Phanichkul has worked in Hollywood to help Dat Phan and John Heffron win NBC's the Last Comic Standing, seasons 1 and 2. He's also developed marketing strategies for video game companies and other entertainment companies such as WWE.
He is an avid reader, traveler, and has a love for music.
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