Welcome! You have found me, because you know who I am. I will still introduce myself, since you may learn something new that could be useful in evaluating whether or not I can help you with your professional needs. Continue reading to find out who I am, what I can offer, and how these might meet your business needs or you can go straight to booking a consultation session with me.
I cannot help everyone with their business or professional needs. I will not put out an unending list and then say everything else included… You have heard the saying, “a jack of all trades, a master of none” And I believe in this proverb. Let me tell you first off the kinds of people I cannot help. Then I will give you some ideas about what I can do for you.
I am not trying to scare you off by this list, but I am being practical. People I cannot help have the following attitudes:
- I’ve got it all together and know more than you.
[if you know more than I do about business then I should be hiring you.]
- I’m not in it for the money.
[My family depends on me to provide for them and yours does too, even if your family is only you.]
[If you are dishonest, you should protect yourself by not even contacting me. I do not show mercy on the dishonest.]
- I’m just trying to make a little bit of money here and there.
[My job is to help you make more money. If you do not want to, then you would be fighting against me and I will fail. I do not like failing.]
Some ideas of what I can do for you:
- Beat your competition
- Double your client base
- Evaluation of ideas for profitability (in the real world)
- Client building offline
- Development of Web Presence for conversion of leads and prospects
- Create and organize marketing campaigns for efficiency and effectiveness
- Developing a pitch deck for investors
- Collateral development and deployment to enhance ROI
- Real world market research for discovery of new opportunities and clients
- Sales Team building and deployment
- Marketing automation
- CRM customization
- Marketing team training
- Outsourced Master’s level programmers with European degrees to cut budget by 60-70% for many kinds of business projects
While this list is not exhaustive, it gives you an idea of the areas I may be able to help you with. Contact me to discuss your particular needs and explore whether or not and how I might help you or you can go straight to booking a consultation session with me.
My name is Ron Craig and I have been in business since 1998.
My first company was an IT firm in Seattle, near Microsoft. I serviced small businesses in Seattle and in a community to the north, called Bellingham.
In 2005 I started operations in Poland, servicing Sony, Merck, Avon, and Nestle. I also helped small business with their development. While I was in Europe I took an MBA in Marketing and Advertising.
When I returned to the States I began developing businesses in Los Angeles. I have helped many startups in many sectors, not only IT. Health, Video, Ad Agency, Casinos, Web Apps are among a few of them.
Among my own businesses is a Web Application Programming diploma that trains non-programmers to enter the field professionally. The goal is to provide opportunities for people to change their career path and provide for their families. Another of my businesses is a PVC firm that will soon open a factory in Ukraine to import products to the European Union. It started with a small yard for pipes and one truck.
Along the way, I have also serviced many individuals trying to create businesses. They are just your average person looking to make a niche for themselves to create an income and be their own bosses.
“Business opportunities are like buses; there’s always another one coming.” —RICHARD BRANSON And if you stand by and watch the buses go but never get on one or you get on then get off at the next stop to go ride another bus, then you never get to any destination. You wander around.
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