What business challenges keep you up late hours into the day?


 Finding solutions that are NOT ONLY achievable, but are executed with maximum results. Maumee Toledo entrepreneur consultant Perrysburg

When you’re not working, where in the Toledo Region do you like to spend your time?


 I feed off of the Social environments, so if you are there, invite me!   

What advice do you have to give to emerging talent in your field?


 Slow down, assertiveness is good, aggressiveness is not.  Nurture the relationship organically.  


 Brian learned from an early age the importance of making relationships. Growing up as a 'military brat,' he was never in one place for too long. So, he learned to make friends everywhere he went, Pennsylvania, Hawaii, Virginia, and even London, England! Some of these friendships still held today.

Later in life, fueled by his passion for people, he dove in the hospitality industry - focusing on restaurant management. Drive and enthusiasm drove him into the small business world in 2016 when he and his partner, opened a marketing & technology agency. 

What motivates you to jump out of bed in the morning?



Motivation has come in many forms in my life.  First being, my son, Jackson Robert.  The freedom of being present in his life in every aspect - not missing the moments, big or small, is one of my why's!


In speaking of Connecting Connections ...and more specifically, I adore the fact that I am actually adding value to someone's business and most cases, their life.  As a 'solopreneur’ every connection leads to future business growth.

Do you have any advice for new business owners?



  • Write it down in pencil, changing it is completely acceptable
  • YOU are the brand
  • Stop donating your time - it's NOT free, you can't get more of it
  • Know your audience
  • Schedule! Schedule! Schedule!
  • Network! Network! Network!
  •  Slow down, Assertiveness is good, Aggressiveness is not
  • Nurture the Relationship Organically

Tell us about organizations/charities that you are passionate about.



LLS (Leukemia and Lymphoma Society) has gained my attention over the last 3 years.  I have been able to spread awareness on many levels, as a 2018 LLS Man of the Year & 2019 All Star candidate.

Greater Generations also plays a role in my life. As a member of the Executive Board, we are super excited to have programs and activities for Lucas County and surrounding areas.   Juveniles will regain trust, build respect, and open lines of effective communication throughout the community. 


In that position, he heard about the struggles of his fellow entrepreneurs (or as Brian likes to call folks like himself, solo-pruneuers). Knowing his strengths in networking, he started a new venture, guiding others in building their own circle of influence.

Brian is backed and supported by his thoughtful and always gracious wife, Susan, and his compassionate, dragon loving, eight -year-old son, Jackson Robert. 

What is the culture of the company?



Our culture is an Engaging & Creative experience. 

What trends/insights are you finding in your field/market?


  A classic is still a classic, business cards are still relevant and a handshake goes a long way.  

What's an interesting fact about your business most people don't know?. entrepreneur


   I promise, even though it may seem spontaneous, we plan for success by focusing on measurable results.