Entrepreneurs Learn How to Thrive at ZIVELO for Phoenix Startup Week
By Brandon Devine |
Scottsdale, Arizona (March 2, 2015) – ZIVELO’s iconic showroom transformed into a hub for community innovators and entrepreneurs on day two of Phoenix Startup Week, which took place from February 23rd – 27th.
ZIVELO was featured as a host along with other Downtown Scottsdale businesses, including Weebly and GoDaddy. Zivelo, a tour de force in the growing public computing industry, welcomed innovators across the Phoenix valley to the first startup week of its kind in Arizona.
Accomplished speakers provided valuable insights for entrepreneurs. Former Phoenix Suns CEO and Senior VP turned management consultant Tanya Wheeless outlined foundational best practices on for creating cohesive and effective teams in the workplace. Bret Larsen, founder and CEO of eVisit, dove into digital marketing strategies, highlighting a method on outsourcing talent to achieve marketing goals.
Heike Auerbach, CEO of ZIVELO , took the stage last to offer insight for her expert strategies on planning for company growth that companies can adopt from the beginning to ensure “future-proof” processes. She noted the importance of finding a balance between progress and perfection, borrowing a quote from the late Steve Jobs to emphasize the key to moving a business successfully forward: “Focus is saying no to 100 good ideas.”
After speaker presentations, attendees were invited to explore ZIVELO’s one-of-a-kind headquarters. Entrepreneurs mingled in the white industrial-inspired space, discovering glass-walled meeting hubs in the open office or even trying their hand at the company ping-pong table. These designs are all testament to founder and chairman Ziver Birg’s ability to focus attention through quality and simplicity – a key feature of the company’s kiosk offering.
ZIVELO is on the forefront of its industry, and the company is excited to continue to engage the Phoenix community in a shared vision for growth and success.
Questions? Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org