About Bryan Janeczko
I empower entrepreneurs to unlock massive potential and launch meaningful new ventures. As a seasoned entrepreneur myself, I love impact- and social-driven ventures. My first success was NuKitchen, which I founded and sold to Nutrisystem, helping pave the way for the $1B+ meal-delivery industry.
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Fresh ideas and novel processes from partners can get you out of a stagnant phase and into more productive cycles.
They come with access to a wide network of resources like incubators, research organizations, and useful public information.
Thinking of Pitching Your New Business on Shark Tank? 5 Things to Consider Before You Take the Leap.
While the limelight may be tempting, securing a spot on the show is still a long way from guaranteeing success.
Telling Your Startup Story: 4 Expert Tips to Create the Perfect Investor Pitch for Your New Business
Your pitch has to persuade people that your startup is going to be successful, but also that you're the one who will take it there.
With a coaching business, you are the brand and the product, so you have to market yourself in a way that reflects your approach
There's No Such Thing as Free Lunch: How to Choose the Best Fundraising Option for Your New Business
Before charging ahead with fundraising, think carefully about how different pathways can accelerate your company's vision, and what you might have to sacrifice in the process.
Building Your Own AngelList: 4 Expert Tips on How to Network to Find Investors for Your New Business
Investors aren't in short supply, but the investment opportunity that fits you is harder to come by. Make sure you're in the right spaces and talking to the right people.
Find Opportunities on the Other Side of the Horizon: 4 Expert Tips to Internationalize Your New Business
The COVID-19 crisis has proven that there is even greater scope for small ventures to successfully branch into new markets
Starting a Business
Some of the most successful B2B companies were launched during crises including Slack, Zoom, and Square.
Understanding how the sector operates and finding your niche will empower you to successfully close the right angel investor for your startup.
Going from a side hustle to a business can be a daunting prospect, but having a clear purpose, plan, and patience are key to making the shift. Here's how to do it right.
It's what ensures that your service or product is protected, that you're not operating illegally, and that you don't lose out if things change among your staff.
Startups that have just launched are inherently less newsworthy. Founders need to capture the media's interest beyond press releases and company milestones.
Continually refining your marketing approach is just as crucial as placing your product in front of the right people.
A brand distinguishes you from the crowd and can give you a competitive edge to go up against bigger players in your market