Member Since September 2017
Serving as the Executive Vice President of Sales at B2X Global, Dan leads a customer-centric team. As B2X’s Co-founder, his company builds other businesses with expertise, creativity, and efficiency. Because he’s passionate about helping Solutions Providers, Service Providers, and IT Departments, Dan works diligently to deliver the best end-user outcomes – and always go that extra mile. Dan understands that his team’s happiness is key to his clients’ success, which turns into B2X’s success. Creating a positive work environment is a core focus – and source of pride – for him. Over the last 12+ years, Dan has partnered with 100s of IT professionals to grow and diversify their businesses. Beyond nurturing growth, Dan helps his clients reduce their dependence on traditional vendor channels and develop new profit centers. Dan’s career began at KPMG, an international professional services firm, as part of their Assurance Services group. Graduating from USC Marshall School of Business in 2005, he added an MBA to his Bachelor’s in Business and Accounting. Thanks to a strong commitment to learning, Dan conquers 30+ books per year, and due to a desire to feel great, he belongs to a local CrossFit gym. Living in Irvine with his wife and two children, Dan enjoys a busy family, social and adventure schedule. He aims to take full advantage of all that his local Southern California’s landscape and community has to offer while always growing as an individual.
In recent years, automation has become a common tech solution for many aspects of business operations, from marketing to data analytics and reporting. Automating monotonous and repetitive tasks gives you and your team that chance to focus on other duties in need of your undivided attention. Business automation is also a tool you can leverage to scale your company and promote growth. Not sure where to begin when it comes to using automation effectively? Below, a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council members each recommended one task entrepreneurs should automate within their businesses to free up time and help them scale.
As a leader with a lot of responsibility on your shoulders, you'll likely experience many moments that cause you anxiety or fear. Whether you're battling imposter syndrome or simply taking on too much work, it's easy to feel like you're just treading water. Thankfully, there are ways you can address these stressors and insecurities to become the most empowered leader possible. Below, a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council members shared some "brain hacks" to help leaders overcome these fearful moments. Follow their advice to help you move forward in your business with confidence.
No matter if your company has been remote since the start or if you’re new to the remote working environment, you can always learn new remote employee onboarding tips to improve your virtual onboarding process. From potential technical difficulties to struggles connecting with your team, the issues associated with virtual onboarding can be smoothed over with the right strategies in place. Here, 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council list out what those strategies should include in order to be successful.
It’s important for leaders to know that, when it comes to teams, just because the weekly team meetings are quiet or the suggestion box hasn’t seen a valid recommendation or criticism in a while, doesn’t mean no one has anything to say. In fact, more often than not, employees have thoughts, suggestions and criticisms to offer, but they don’t share because they’re not sure how their leaders will respond if they do. Listening to your employees and their ideas is a powerful and important way to help your business grow and progress, so how can you get them to speak up? To help, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council provide tips on how to encourage employees to share their ideas at work.
For many professionals, cold-calling is a tall hurdle. They dread having to make the calls, worried they'll be rejected or forget what they need to say. They know the person on the other end isn't fond of receiving these types of calls, and yet they still must pick up the phone and dial the next number on their list because they know cold-calling has the power to get more sales. If cold-calling is a nerve-wracking endeavor for you, you're not alone. To succeed, it’s often about having the right strategies in place. To help, nine entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council share some of the techniques that can help you overcome your nerves and make cold-calling a little less intimidating.
Jul 2, 2021
When it comes time to start marketing your business, you either have a ton of ideas you want to try or you have no clue where to begin. You likely understand the importance of sharing the benefits of your products and services with prospective customers, but it can be hard to know if you're taking the right steps in sharing your brand's message. Whether you have a bit of marketing know-how or you're still unclear on what you should do first, you can learn from the experiences of successful entrepreneurs who have been in your shoes in the past. Below, these nine Young Entrepreneur Council members share the top marketing advice they wish they had known when they first started marketing their businesses. Read their experiences to help inform what’s best for your business.
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