Casey Burke Bunn, who founded the online RSVP tracking website RSVPhere.com, sent packages through the mail that included a color copy of her business plan, her resume, resumes of board members, and a personalized letter to family and friends
Bunn, who started building her business in March 2008, said that one of the most important things for someone looking to start a business is to look for a very specific unfulfilled need
Better still, a combination of both methods could work wonders if someone devised a way to coalesce them. And that is exactly what this site aims to do: bring evitations closer to paper invitations.
Remember the days of sending out real paper invitations to your friends and then waiting patiently by the phone for them to call with their response? http://demogirl.com/
Kayleigh and Brian Nabili moments after the vows at historic The Mill at Fine Creek. The wedding was unbelievable! We are so grateful to everyone, exclaimed the delighted newlyweds.
Casey Burke Bunn, Founder of RSVPhere.com, shares tips on the Virginia This Morning talk show on CBS 11/09.
"Burke smiles and jokes that her own wedding was the first guinea pig to test out RSVPhere. com."
Casey Burke Bunn, Founder of RSVPhere.com, shares her story on the Virginia This Morning talk show on CBS 07/09.
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Casey Bunn, 31, from Richmond VA is a multi-entrepreneur. A VCU grad, she started a software company at the age of 25 and published a book called, “Oh Crap I Need an App”. As a new mom last year after a ski trip with her daughter, she saw a need and started a new baby product company called Handsocks. It’s like a mitten, but better with a whole collection planned for growth. She's a start-up guru full of inspirational stories to help others move in the direction of their dreams too.