Brief me on Jon Strande
I have created a robust report of Jon Strande. At the moment he is the owner and Chief Strategist of Certainty Studio, LLC. Jon Strande's business network includes Jon Corshen, Founder and Chief Solution Strategist of Pilot 44 Labs; Phillip Buckley, VP of Digital Technology at Stanley Black and Decker; Matt Daly, VP of Client Solutions at JPL, et al. Jon Strande shares his expertise with the public through presentations and meetup groups. He has written on Medium, and he is active on Twitter.
EXPERIENCE AND WORK HISTORY
Jon Strande is the founder and Chief Strategist of Certainty Studio, LLC. The website flbusinessgo states that the company Certainty Studio, LLC. is active, and the agent name is Jon M Strande. Its date of registration is June 29, 2017.
In 2013, as the Sr. Manager of the Hershey company, Strande created a framework that helped the organization prepare for technological changes. At Hershey, Strande helped create an iPad app for his company's Next Generation Retail Sales platform. This was used by over five hundred sales people. After Hershey, Jon Strand worked for Raymond James and Nielsen.
Jon Strande conducted a Meetup called "Next Generation Interfaces with Jon Strande" on July 12, 2017. This was a session that included a presentation and an interactive part that allowed people to explore things they can start leveraging. In Jon Strande's bio, for this event, it is noted that he has over ten years of UX experience in companies like Tyco Electronics and Hershey's. On the website Angel, List Jon Strande's profile states that he has experience as a mentor in PNP Retail.
Jon Corshen is in Jon Strand's network. Corshen is the Founder and Chief Solution Strategist of Pilot 44 Labs. This company is a new kind of technology innovation lab that supports top brands by helping them use emerging technologies more efficiently. Their area of expertise is digital marketing and commerce. Steve Bentz worked with Jon Strand at Hershey. For Hershey, Bentz is responsible for the travel retail business; he is a General Manager.
Phillip Buckley is a member of Jon's business network. Buckley works as a VP of Digital Technology at Stanley Black and Decker. Buckley has experience in creating teams with strategic mindsets that offer cutting edge technologies and help businesses in the areas of Big Data, Marketing, eCommerce, and IT Infrastructure.
Jon Strande's business network includes Matt Daly, VP of Client Solutions at JPL, one of the biggest marketing agencies of the Mid-Atlantic. JPL offers services like strategic thinking and creative execution for projects that involve digital marketing, advertising, video production, internal communication and branding.
The author Leah Buley thanks Jon for stories and insights in a book that was published in 2013. Leah is a design consultant and adviser. In her work, she has studied the changing nature of design in business. She has used that experience to develop her design practices.
Jon was an event judge for Startup Weekend. The event states that Jon works to discover new technology companies that make his company better in the short term, and he looks for technology that can improve his business over the next five to ten years. Jon Strande's background is in design and technology. He has experience with Strategic Foresight, and he has a perspective that understands the needs of people and why they use technology.
Jon has been a mentor for a startup competition that selected 39 startups from an original pool of 236 companies. Most of the startups came from the Bay Area, but some were from European countries like France, Germany, Italy and Poland. The companies that were selected worked on solutions that were aimed at predictive analytics, social engagement, customer loyalty, and consumer engagement.
Jon's Twitter account reveals that he is a fan of Ray Dalio's books. Jon Strande is a fan of Ray Dalio's principles, which are ways of dealing with reality to get what you want. Jon Strande has written on the publishing platform Medium. He believes that idea generation is an important part of the way large companies innovate. However, bad ideas are killed quickly at large companies. Some bad ideas, like AirBnb, which was a bad idea when it started, can get overlooked. The problem is that in a large company, people get credit for killing a bad idea.
Jon is constantly traveling, and he gives talks and presentations. His posts on Twitter are about UX design.
To conclude, I have provided a robust report of Jon Strande. He is the owner and Chief Strategist of Certainty Studio, LLC. In the past, he has worked for Hershey and Nielsen. Jon Strande shares his expertise with the public through presentations and meetup groups. He has written for Medium, and he is active on Twitter.