It began in 1999. Jill Davis had been scrapbooking for over 25 years, was an expert crafter and taught local sold-out classes on paper crafting. Creative expression filled her life with meaning and joy and she loved sharing that passion with others so much that she wanted to do it on a larger scale. Soon after, through a series of miraculous events - some might even call it fate - Jill was able to obtain the domain name Scrapbook.com. She jumped in feet first and started Scrapbook.com out of her home office, launching the first version of the site at the turn of the millennium. Tune in as we sit down with Jill’s son and co-owner, Drex Davis. We hear how much has changed over the last 20 years, from the communities they serve, to the resources they use, but one thing stands true, their passion to empower beautiful, meaningful, handmade creation. Everything they do is with the intent to keep that their #1 focus, and because of it they’ve exceeded their wildest dreams and now operate a company happily welcoming millions of crafters every month! Contact Info: https://www.scrapbook.com/ https://www.facebook.com/scrapbookcom https://www.pinterest.com/scrapbookcom/ https://www.youtube.com/c/scrapbook?sub_confirmation=1 https://www.instagram.com/scrapbookcom/
Ep. 82 Drex Davis - The CEO of Scrapbook.com: How small moments create great change
How to Change the World
When Drex Davis started working part time at Scrapbook.com in his late twenties to pay the bills while he pursued his dream of getting into the music management business, he could never have imagined it would become the vocation it is for him today. Started as a hobby at his mother's kitchen table, Scrapbook.com has become a business with 100 employees and worldwide customers. Drex talks to Catherine about what he has learned along the way about how to make change in the world, discovering your passion, finding great mentors, and the power of human kindness.
Do the stories we tell match our values? - scrapbook.com CEO, Drex Davis
Drex Davis, CEO of the most visited papercrafting website in the world, talks about the stories he tells his employees, why he tells them, and what it means for the company. We interrupted him a lot and tried to put him off his game but, as you’ll hear, he just couldn’t stop being interesting. Cinematic Pop Arsenic by Retrofitro on Spotify Scrapbook.com Story Babble Live (Free) August 9, 2019 ay 7:00 pm. 1818 E Southern Ave, Suite 5 Mesa, AZ 85204 SIgn up on Facebook or just come