Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
What’s the secret to creating products and services that will turn your customers into evangelists for your company? How do you hire people who can predict the next big thing and help you change the world? How do you build a culture of innovation? Guy Kawasaki knows. The Silicon Valley startup guru, venture capitalist and Apple Fellow will come to Tampa on February 28 to share what it takes with an estimated 500 attendees. Digital Hands, one of Tampa’s own entrepreneurial success stories, is sponsoring his talk.
“Guy Kawasaki has fueled the startup dreams of thousands of technology entrepreneurs across the globe,” said Charlotte Baker, CEO of Digital Hands, a global managed security services provider. “We’re excited and honored to help bring him to Tampa. His enthusiasm for launching new ventures and inspiring people to build great companies by winning their customers’ hearts and minds will really resonate here.”
Kawasaki will keynote “The Art of Innovation” luncheon, hosted by Celestar Corporation and KnowledgeM at the Tampa Convention Center. The event is open to the general public. More information and tickets are available online here.
The author of a dozen best-selling business books including Rules for Revolutionaries, The Art of the Start, Enchantment, and most recently, APE, Kawasaki has devoted his life to helping entrepreneurs succeed. His books, columns, and speaking engagements touch upon almost every aspect of what it takes to make a venture thrive: sales and marketing, competitive advantage, funding, managing, and cultivating customer loyalty.
About Digital Hands
Digital Hands is the premier provider of complex cloud security solutions, application management, and managed IT services for the enterprise and government markets. We provide customized and scalable solutions that leverage industry-leading technologies to deliver a comprehensive suite of managed services for our global customers.
To learn more about Digital Hands and our services, visit us at http://www.digitalhands.com.