We are an ambitious group of startup founders, community mentors, entrepreneurial enthusiasts, and Lean Startup evangelists. Our Meetup group serves the greater Orlando community as a platform to share experiences, learnings, questions and thoughts about innovation and the Lean Startup Methodology.
Many of our presenters and guest speakers represent the startup community, non-profits and social enterprises, and large corporate entities - and together - our goal is to grow the knowledge base of Lean Startup and broaden the understanding of how the Lean Startup Methodology delivers value to all types of organizations.
We typically curate speakers from the Orlando community, and oftentimes, we will feature guest speakers from Silicon Valley and other entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Welcome to the weirdest summer in living memory! 2020 has been a doozy for all of us, and we need our community more than ever. RSVP now for our July meeting.
In our continuing series of Startup versus Enterprise innovation, we have Kimber St. Preux founder of transportation startup - CCT, and Adam Scheinberg, VP of technology from Massey Services to talk about their unique approaches to innovation. This one is online so join us here: https://www.gotomeet.me/LeanStartupOrlando
Adam Scheinberg is the Vice President of Information Technology for Massey Services, the largest family-owned Pest Control company in the country. Since 2003, he has overseen technology strategy for Massey Services, guiding the transition from a regional player to an enterprise organization with a national presence. He's a strong proponent of the arts and arts education and is proud to serve as the President of The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer non-profit organization that supports music and arts education for children. Scheinberg is also passionate about Orlando and is active in the Central Florida community. He serves as the Chair of the Orlando Repertory Theatre. His interest in furthering the technology community has led him to help create and to serve as the Chair of the Orlando Tech Council. He lives in Winter Park with his wife Jennifer and their two children, Jillian, 12, and Jack, 10.
Mrs. Saint-Preux is the Founder and CEO of Community Connections Transportation Inc., Weston Transportation Enterprise & STARNetwork. These organizations embody the spirit of its founder, who has combined a for-profit endeavor with a philanthropic impact. Community Connections Transportation provides transportation for those who have the greatest need for maintaining their independence, seniors, and the transportation disadvantaged. Kimber Saint-Preux has more than 15 years of experience in consumer research, customer satisfaction, and development; She has ensured quality control and feedback to Fortune 500 companies such as General Mills, Proctor & Gamble, and the Dial Corporation to help drive marketing initiatives and decisions. Her experience in this role has enabled her to incorporate these skills into her own business values. By identifying the need of the community, providing it at a quality that is superior has enabled CCT to invest back in the community allowing every consumer of CCT to impact the lives of those who are not as fortunate. If asked Mrs. Saint-Preux would say that her greatest accomplishment is her rooted in her family values and faith. She is the wife of Antione Saint-Preux and the mother to her 7-year-old son Weston Saint-Preux. Kimber’s motto is “You can’t fake passion, find your passion and you will find your purpose”.
We look forward to seeing you, virtually :)