Infusionsoft’s VIP Sneak Peak Event
Last Tuesday I had the pleasure of attending the VIP Event at the new Infusionsoft office in Chandler. They were celebrating the opening of their new building and I was honored to be among the attendees.
If you aren’t familiar with Infusionsoft, you need to check them out. They are an amazing software company with an amazing corporate culture. I said in a Facebook post last night that I have never known anyone to work their and not be excited and passionate about it. In fact, I have two friends who have left their businesses to go work for Infusionsoft and I have met several others who have done the same. It speaks volumes about a company when they not only attract entrepreneurs, but have them buy in to the vision and not worry about losing their “entrepreneur” status. Local Speaking Coach & Networking Guru Dave Sherman is one of those entrepreneurs, and here is what he had to say:
Making the transition from full-time entrepreneur to full-time employee was very simple because I found the perfect company to work for. For the past 16 years, I have focused on helping small businesses become more successful. The focus of Infusionsoft is to help small businesses succeed. As you can see, it’s a perfect match. The work is rewarding, I love the people that I work with and we are truly changing people’s lives every single day. Plus, getting three weeks paid vacation, full benefits and great salary helps a lot too.
Infusionsoft currently has 350 employees and plans to grow that to almost 1,000 over the next few years. Thankfully, they just had an infusion of investment money ($54M) from Goldman Sacks, and it is well deserved. They have worked hard (and played hard) and listened to their customers along the way.
I am proud to be an Infusionsoft partner and look forward to another great year with help as we work along side of them in their mission to “help small businesses succeed.” If you have any questions about their products or service offerings, please feel free to contact me and I’d be happy to discuss how it might benefit your organization and also arrange for a personal demo of the software.
One of the best aspects of networking for me is seeing friends and colleagues in the business community and it was a night full of just that. Speaking of seeing friends at the event, thanks to Randy Gustafson (VP, Innovation at Arizona Commerce Authority) for the picture. I told myself all night “make sure you don’t forget to take a picture from up top” which is likely why I forgot to. 🙂