Nasdaq CEO Visits Silicon Valley For Facebook IPO Debacle; RCBryan Announces Internet Marketing Video
Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 25, 2012
After Nasdaq’s CEO, Robert Greifield visited the Silicon Valley this week to make amends for the Facebook IPO scandal, Internet marketing expert Roger Bryan launched a new video to help startups through these types of crises. The new video launched after many of these startups in the Silicon Valley expressed renewed hope in the reputation of the area following the Nasdaq visit. Many area companies, hoping Facebook’s public trading debut would raise their capital, have issued statements stating they took just as large of a hit as many Facebook investors.
In an attempt to help these Silicon Valley startups and other startup companies around the country, Roger Bryan has issues a new video discussing the impact of business consulting. Bryan appeared on a video to discuss the importance of business mentoring and consulting for startups today. The video, which launched this week, features insight from Roger Bryan for startups who need help establishing themselves in the market and overcoming certain pitfalls.
The video, as well as Roger Bryan’s professional business coaching services, aim to help startups overcome the same type of issues that numerous Silicon Valley startups have faced over the past few weeks. Roger Bryan will also be offering specified consulting services through his business consulting company, RCBryan & Associates, to help startups like those feeling the aftermath from Facebook, get the necessary coaching they need.
The new Roger Bryan campaign will be leading an effort to provide startups with guidance and coaching tailored to their unique post-crisis needs. Individualized business consulting services are also provided to startups and established businesses in all different industries through Roger Bryan’s business marketing and consulting company.