Kenny Nguyen

I am the CEO/ Co-Founder of ThreeSixtyEight, a strategic marketing agency that challenges brands all over the world to embrace their creative confidence. Prior to ThreeSixtyEight, I founded Big Fish Presentations, a company whose mantra is “turning presentations into experiences.” Our client work has included working with brands like GE, Verizon, CenturyLink, Mizuho, Quantcast, TED, NASA, and Paramount Pictures. 

I have been featured on speaking platforms such as TEDx, Google Talks, Hubspot Inbound Conference, and General Assembly. 

Publications on which I have contributed include Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Yahoo, Business Insider, Mashable, Huffington Post, and The Washington Post. 

I co-authored the McGraw-Hill published book The Big Fish Experience: Create Memorable Presentations that Reel in Your Audience. Since the release in 2016, it has been translated into two additional languages. 

Alongside my agency and speaker work, I curate Assembly Required, a quarterly conference series in Louisiana that focuses on highlighting/retaining/recruiting the best talent in Louisiana and beyond.


Awards + Recognition


2019 Young Business Person of the Year by Business Report

2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 Advertising and Marketing

2017 Baton Rouge Business Report's 40 under 40

Silicon Bayou 100 Recipient [2016, 2017]

2017 Millennial Awards Digital Media Recipient

CEO Student Entrepreneur of the Year 2012

2012 Runner-up Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Regional 

Under tenure as CEO, ThreeSixtyEight and Big Fish Presentations has been awarded:

Business Report’s Best Places to Work Small Company Category 2018

Clutch Digital Marketing & Design Agencies Global Leaders Recipient 2017 + 2018 [digital strategy, digital design, websites] 

LSU 100 in 2016 and 2017 [fastest growing LSU businesses, awarded #5 spot in 2017]

Kairos Society K50 2013 [awarded to world's top student startups]

Inc's Coolest College Companies 2012

"Be so good they can't ignore you."

- Steve Martin


"Don't count the days, make the days count." 

- Muhammad Ali