Inc. announced its sixth annual Female Founders list, honoring a bold group of 200 women whose innovations and ideas are shaping the world into a better place. Corrine Heck, CEO & Founder of Details Flowers, is recognized as one of the recipients of this high distinction, which will be published in their latest issue.
The founders cross all industries and bring with them unique stories of success from each stage of the entrepreneurial journey — from startup to going public, being acquired by big buyers, or spending decades at the helm of an organization. They are reinventing
everything from shoes to food and are challenging issues like financial literacy and reproductive health.
"I am so honored to be among the many influential women recognized on the Inc's 200 Female Founders List this year," says Heck. "My hope is to inspire more female entrepreneurs and bring attention to Details industry-wide. I'm honored to work alongside so many vibrant women to make the world a better place through the power of flowers and technology!"
This distinction is one of many for Heck and includes winning the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business Venture Plan Competition in 2016. Corrine was also inducted into PFCI, the Professional Floral Communicators International Association, in 2021. Each Spring, Corrine accompanies other floral innovators, and together they advocate on Capitol Hill for the flowers industry at large.
Details Flowers Software was honored earlier this year as one of GrowFL's Top 50 Companies to watch in the state of Florida. Next month, Corrine will be recognized as the University of Florida's Gator 100 Honoree, which honors former Gators ranked as the top 100 Fastest Growing Gator Businesses.
Inc. editors review thousands of applications each year and highlight female founders who are challenging the status quo and tackling some of the world's biggest problems. The list features women who have overcome challenges and lifted those around them while leading impactful organizations across the country. They join the ranks of previous honorees, including Jessica Alba, Tracee Ellis Ross, Rihanna, Shonda Rhimes, and Serena Williams.
"These 200 female founders have identified solutions to difficult problems and created valuable, industry-changing companies out of them. We congratulate this year's list on their achievements and look forward to their continued success," says Inc.'s editor-in-chief,
To see the complete list, go to: https://www.inc.com/female-founders.
After launching in 2018, the Female Founders List is one of Inc.'s most esteemed franchises. Inc. magazine's Female Founders issue (April 2023) will be available online on April 4 at https://www.inc.com/magazine and on newsstands on April 11.
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