Borrowing Your Bootstraps | Chris Ronzio from Trainual

Chris Ronzio was running a video production company with employees scattered across the country—and he needed to ensure they were all following the right procedures to maintain the consistency and standards of their product.

So he developed a software tool to assist with their training. After he sold the video business to a competitor, he continued to develop the software tool. As a consultant, his clients began to request it.

Then friends of his clients began to request it. Soon he realized he had a product people would pay for. And his next company, Trainual, was born.

Today they provide training software for some of the biggest brands in the world and serve companies in 120 countries.

On this edition of Founders Journey, Chris talks about his early venture, selling his company, and how he funded his startup with $300,000 in credit card debt (it’s not a strategy he generally recommends).

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Chris Ronzio is the founder and CEO of Trainual, a leading SaaS company that helps businesses automate their onboarding and training by documenting every process, policy, and procedure in one simple system.

Chris is also the host of the “Process Makes Perfect” podcast, author of “100 Hacks To Improve Your Business,” and Inc. Magazine contributor with a column called “The Process Playbook.”

With Trainual, Chris is on a mission to make small business easier by helping business leaders find the time to do more of what they love and providing a way to document and delegate what they do.



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