Are you joining the new community at HQ Capital Club? Want to learn more about your potential neighbors? Over the next three weeks, we will be highlighting companies who are moving into the space to learn more about who they are, what they do, and down to the tv show that best describes their company’s work-style.
Let’s get started!
Name: Sunny Su
Please give us your elevator speech: We are a global full-service product innovation, design, and strategy firm whose team has been recognized for over 48 awards in the past 3 years helping companies discover impactful ways to both realize their products and turn them into something extraordinary!
How did your company get started? There was a hole in the entrepreneurial innovation and design space that desperately needed to be filled, one thing led to another, and here we are today!
What do you love about the HQ Capital Club space? The sheer sense of community it creates is something that Raleigh has yet to see until now, and it will be instrumental in facilitating a broader conversation about how we can continue to impact society around us.
What role has HQ Community played in your personal/professional growth? The connections, friends, supportive environment, welcoming space, all things that have been pivotal to my development as a creative entrepreneur. It’s been a place where we can collectively push each other to achieve our goals.
Who would be your dream office neighbor? Startups and other entrepreneurs who are consistently working on new products and services with a focus on the social impact that we can support from innovation and design areas to create truly remarkable and holistic design solutions for.
If you could work in the Capital Club with any celebrity, who would it be? Cindy Whitehead, founder of The Pink Ceiling is such an inspiration to me. Not sure if she considers herself a celebrity, but she certainly leaves an impact on everyone she meets!
What tv show best describes your company’s work-style? And why? (Ex: The Office, Parks and Rec, Workaholics, etc.) This is the hardest question ever! I’ve watched a few episodes of Silicon Valley, perhaps that one?
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