The new Roger Bryan led business coaching campaign will be an effort to provide starts up tailored guidance.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) July 25, 2012
After it was revealed that Workday Inc. has filed for an initial public offering and the Silicon Valley software company is on track to have the largest market debut since the May Facebook IPO issues, business coach Roger Bryan launched a new video to help similar startups. Although the Facebook debut was months ago, it has still squandered the demand for U.S. IPO’s and left companies like Workday Inc. in difficult situations as they attempt to turn around the Silicon Valley IPO image. The startup’s upcoming debut was inspired the new video from business coach Roger Bryan which speaks of the importance of professional coaching and consulting during situations such as those being faced by Workday Inc.
Although the company is attempting to make their IPO debut a quiet move, a great deal of attention has already been placed on the company and stark comparisons have been made to the Facebook IPO debut. The new Roger Bryan video launched for startups like Workday Inc. who need to make big company moves that will keep their company name and image in a positive light using tools like Internet marketing and Info Renegades.
In an attempt to help Silicon Valley startups like Workday Inc. and other startup companies around the country who face public relations and brand management issues such as this, Roger Bryan has issues a new video discussing the impact of business coaching. Bryan appeared on a video hosted by legendary internet marketer and entrepreneur, Jeff Vacek, an avid supporter of business coaching and consulting. The newly launched video aims to educate companies on the importance of business coaching and consulting particularly through very public situations such as those being faced by Workday Inc.
The video, as well as Roger Bryan’s professional business coaching services also hopes to help numerous Silicon Valley startups facing the aftermath of the Facebook IPO issue as they move forward in building their own brands. Roger Bryan will also be offering specified consulting services through his business consulting company, RCBryan and Associates, to help companies looking for professional business coaching and brand management.
For more information on Roger Bryan, RC Bryan and Associates and the new business coaching video, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-bpPVsdnTM.