Value Report

  • By Marketing
  • In Reports
  • Posted April 28, 2017

Value Report

What’s the value of an appointment? This report compiles our internal data, as well as, summarizes our enterprise customer survey to highlight the impact of appointment scheduling.

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Selecting Enterprise Appointment Software

Selecting a vendor isn’t always easy, especially when everyone is claiming to be the best. You’ve already made the first step in recognizing the value of enterprise appointment software but now you have the tough decision of selecting a vendor. And it’s not always easy knowing what you should be looking for. There are two…

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Top quotes from our panelists at Flip the Switch- Igniting Saskatchewan’s Tech Landscape

It’s not often that you get tech leaders, investors, and government in the same room, supporting the same cause. But that is exactly what Flip the Switch- Igniting Saskatchewan’s Tech Landscape did. The event, located at the beautiful LB Distillers, was an afternoon of networking and conversation centered around building a thriving startup community in…

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  • By Marketing
  • In Community
  • Posted February 16, 2017

SaaStr Annual 2017 Recap: Leadership, Customers, and the Big Picture

Coconut Calendar’s Sales Director, Cheryl Fearon, and Account Manager, Kit Hillis, went to the SaaStr Annual Conference last week in San Francisco. Since the inception of SaaStr Annual, the industry has shifted from accessible, to lovable, to intelligent. That’s why it was the perfect time to send Coconut Calendar’s sales team on this trip. This…

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Reaching New Heights in Aspen: My Neal’s Running Start Reunion

Last summer I took part in Neal’s Running Start, an eye-opening mentorship program in the Silicon Valley with the prolific and plugged-in Neal Dempsey of Bay Partners. (You can hear more about that here.) This weekend he generously invited me and fellow tech founder mentees back for a Neal’s Running Start reunion at his lovely home on Smugglers…

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Coconut Calendar CEO and Silicon Valley Investors Present Flip the Switch: Igniting Saskatchewan’s Tech Landscape

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, February 6, 2017 Coconut Calendar CEO Katherine Regnier along with Neal Dempsey and Chris Noble, prolific Silicon Valley investors, invite Saskatchewan tech startups, investors, government officials and local businesses to have a thoughtful conversation about how to ignite the tech landscape at Flip the Switch, February 24, 2017 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm…

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The King of Kovbasa Challenge

We learned the art of sausage tasting while crowing Saskatoon’s 16th Annual King of Kovbasa Challenge winner. Coconut Calendar was at Prairieland Park to participate in the King of Kovbasa Challenge in support of NASHI. We were tasked with following a methodical sausage tasting process by choosing the best appearance, flavor, and texture from 12 different master…

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Take a Peek Inside Coconut Calendar’s New Toronto HQ

We’re proud to announce that Coconut Calendar’s new Toronto office is now open! This week we got the keys to our new office in Brookfield Place, so we’re taking a break from unpacking our boxes to give you a quick peek inside. The new location will put us in better proximity to some of our…

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7 of the Best Things Katherine Said at TechTO

“No. We don’t sell paper calendars with coconuts on them.” Watch the video for some seriously candid start-up advice. Jared and Alex from TechToronto invited our CEO Katherine Regnier to speak at TechTO to Toronto’s smart, fun, creative tech community. This is what she had to say about the switch from running Coconut Calendar by bootstrapping…

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Coconut Calendar vs Microsoft Bookings – What’s different?

Office for business has added a new product Microsoft Bookings to it’s list of tools. This might have got you thinking, we use office suite for our documents and spreadsheets, Outlook for our emails and calendar. But what is the difference between Coconut Calendar and Microsoft Bookings? Microsoft Bookings states they are focused on “small businesses”….

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