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#11: How Being Customer-Focused Helped Build 3 IdeaPaint Products (Jeff Avallon, IdeaPaint)

Have you ever considered hiring a customer to improve your product?

In this episode, we’re interviewing Jeff Avallon, VP of Business Development at IdeaPaint – a high-performing dry erase paint that provides people with the space needed to fully explore their big ideas.

Jeff is an entrepreneur by heart starting four different companies: Today’s Catch Catering, Waterdog Lobster Company, StrongSide Sports, and IdeaPaint. To add to his already packed schedule Jeff is a mentor and supporter to MassChallenge, an advisor to Design Museum Boston, and an advisor to Greycork an innovative furniture company in Providence Rhode Island.

In today’s episode, we’ll explore how Jeff and his team have leveraged the customer to create three separate products:

1. Their Magnetic Portfolio
2. Their Bounce App
3. Their Mobile Product Line

How to get in contact Jeff

Tweet Jeff: @IdeaPaintJeff
Connect with Jeff on LinkedIn
Visit IdeaPaint

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