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Don’t Reinvent the Wheel: How Simple Ideas Can Take Off


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Don’t Reinvent the Wheel: How Simple Ideas Can Take Off

Whats Working, What’s Needed

Did you turn to an old, comforting pastime during lockdown? If so, you might have had the pleasure of encountering one of Kaylin Marcotte’s creations. Kaylin is the Founder and CEO of JIGGY, a company that makes jigsaw puzzles from the visual art of emerging female talent. In this talk, she’ll reveal what it was like being on Shark Tank, the unexpected hurdles she cleared, and how simple ideas can meet the needs of your future customers.

Kaylin Marcotte

Bridget Finkeldey

Kaylin is the founder & CEO of JIGGY, a direct-to-consumer jigsaw puzzle brand on a mission to modernize and elevate the humble jigsaw, and support female artists around the world. Prior to launching Jiggy, Kaylin founded Village Strategies, a marketing consultancy, and was the first employee at theSkimm, running its community marketing, social media and Skimm’bassadors. Kaylin holds a BA in political science and economics from Barnard College. She lives in Brooklyn, NY and spends her free time doing jigsaw puzzles of course, and running a 30-day plastic-free challenge program with her sister, Mackenzie.

Meg Alexander

Bridget Finkeldey

Meg Alexander joined the PowerToFly community as a job-seeker in 2014, eventually landing her first remote role working for PowerToFly's Delivery Team. Her professional experience includes roles as a Talent Advocate, Head of Purchasing for a window factory, audiobook publishing, & more than 5 years as a paralegal. She has a bachelor's degree in Art History from Indiana University (mint condition, never been used!), where she also earned a varsity letter for Women's Rowing. She loves DIY projects and will never say no to french fries. She lives in Toledo, OH with her husband Aaron, an engineering technician, and their dogs, Radar & Cake.

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