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23
Wed
PoweredUP Tampa Bay Tech Festival 2018 (St. Petersburg)
May 23 @ 1:00 pm – 6:30 pm

 

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Lean Startup Orlando: How to Design Better Value Propositions (Orlando)
May 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Price: $4.00 /per person
Catalyst CoWorking space

1 S Orange Ave · Orlando, FL

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WHY you should come:

The Value Proposition Canvas is a simple tool that helps you create value for your customers by understanding your customers’ needs.

Making sure you have a clear value proposition will lead to a greater product market fit and better success, and during this working session, we’ll will work our way through Alex Osterwalder’s Value Proposition Design Canvas and discuss how to define, refine and expand your idea into a successful value proposition.

We hope to see you there!

About the presenter:

Ken Sakal is founder of Vohesu, a voice first digital transformation company focused on bringing our natural form of communication (voice) into our daily interaction with technology. He in an expert in Value Proposition and has conducted Value Proposition workshops for small business to multinational organizations.

May
29
Tue
Startup Grind Orlando hosts Corrine Heck, CEO & Founder of Details Flowers Software (Orlando)
May 29 @ 6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Startup Grind hosts Corrine Heck, CEO & Founder of Details Flowers Software

Orlando
MAY 29, 2018 / 6:00 PM

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This month (Female Founders Month!!) we’ll be chatting with Corrine Heck, Founder and CEO of Details Flowers Software. Details Flowers Software is a subscription based floral software service company located in Daytona Beach, Florida. The Details platform services florists throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia and the U.K. by streamlining proposals, offering design tools and documentation while also simplifying the payment process. Corrine identified the need for such a tool for the floral industry and wrote the original code for what is now the Details Flowers app. Her experience in design and importing inspired her to create the Details software as a way for busy floral professionals to quickly manage client events and help to give their clients the ‘wow-experience’ from initial meeting to completed event.

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Startup Grind hosts Corrine Heck, CEO & Founder of Details Flowers Software

Corrine Heck

CEO & FOUNDER – DETAILS FLOWERS SOFTWARE

Corrine Heck is the founder and CEO of Details Flowers Software, a subscription based floral software service company that streamlines proposals, offers design tools and documentation while simplifying the payment process. The Details app captures proprietary information that can direct future growth opportunities from growers and wholesalers alike while benefiting the entire floral supply chain.

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