Stonehill announced today that it will be hosting an invitation only dinner at the Design Thinking 2019 conference. The dinner will bring together some of the most recognized names in corporate innovation, experience design, and design thinking.
Stonehill announced today that it has promoted Julie Stollings to the position of Director. Stollings was formerly Stonehill’s chief analyst and worked on a variety of projects across the organization’s portfolio of name brand clients. As Director, she will transition to a client leadership role and focus on the planning and execution of customer experience and design thinking initiatives.
Stonehill announced today that its CEO, Doug Pace, has been selected to facilitate a design thinking workshop at the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. Design Thinking is a unique methodology that uses human centered design and data driven insights to create unforgettable customer experiences and solve wicked problems. The purpose of the workshop is to introduce some of Tampa Bay’s most innovative business leaders to the principles of design thinking and explore the need for the mindset within the experience-based economy.
Stonehill announced today that its CEO, Doug Pace, has joined the board of the Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corporation. The EDC is the lead designated economic development agency for Hillsborough County and the cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Plant City, and an official partner of Enterprise Florida.
Stonehill announced today that it has become a sponsor of the Nature Coast Biologic Station and Seahorse Key Marine Laboratory. The Nature Coast Biologic Station is located on Cedar Key and is a joint venture between the University of Florida and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. It is focused on enhancing the conservation and sustainability of natural resources throughout the Nature Coast using collaborative research, enhanced public engagement, field-based courses, and hands-on training workshops.
Stonehill announced today that it will sponsor the Design Thinking 2019 conference for its second year in a row. Design Thinking 2019 is the world’s largest conference focused exclusively on the design thinking framework and its effectiveness in driving innovation and sustainable growth.
Stonehill announced today that it successfully hosted a fundraiser for the USF Health Stroke Research Fund this past Thursday. The event was held at Mise en Place restaurant and included presentations about lifesaving work done by USF Health Neurosciences. The presentation included insights from by Clifton Gooch, MD FAAN, Professor and Chair, Department of Neurology, USF Morsani College of Medicine, and W. Scott Burgin, MD, Professor of Neurology, Cerebrovascular Division Chief, Cerebrovascular Fellowship Director, USF College of Medicine.
Stonehill announced today that its CEO, Doug Pace, will speak on the value of Design Thinking for higher education at Florida Virtual Campus' Professional Development Day. Design Thinking is a formal process that allows for the creation of practical, innovative, and cost-effective strategies that enhance the customer experience.
Stonehill announced today that its Chief Executive Officer, Doug Pace, has been selected by University of South Florida to teach a class on Design Thinking. The class is a part of the Digital Marketing Certificate Program at USF Muma College of Business. The program is a hands-on, 4-day immersion program where executives learn to apply principles and techniques that drive success in marketing in the digital age. Participants roll up their sleeves and solve real-world challenges using practices developed by top companies with experts and instructors guiding them through each step.
Stonehill announced today that it has been selected as a finalist for Emerging Business of the Year as part of the United States Chamber of Commerce Dream Big Awards presented by MetLife. The program celebrates the achievements of small businesses and honors their contributions to America’s economic growth.