WSOP Bracelet Winner David Daneshgar’s Blossoming New Business

BloomNation is poised to be the Etsy of the floral industry.

Start-up mag Fast Company tells the tale of how World Series of Poker bracelet winner David Daneshgar turned his poker winnings into a money tree…or money flower to be more precise. Funded by some of Daneshgar’s over $2.4 million lifetime earnings, his new floral business, BloomNation, is poised to take over the way you send your wife or girlfriend your next “I’m-sorry-I-stayed-out-all-night-playing-poker” apology bouquet of flowers.

Everyone likes a good success story, and in this one Daneshgar and his partners go from the poker room to the board room rounding up $1.65m in venture capitol to help local florists bring unique arrangements of flowers to more customers.

If you have a mind for business and maybe even love The Shark Tank, you should check out How Three Dudes Turned Poker Winnings Into A StartUp That Couple Fix The Flower Business.

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