Smithfield, RI (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Each year, Bryant University holds a New Venture Competition, open to all alumni and students. Each entrant submits a business plan to be reviewed by alumni judges and venture capitalists. From the thirty business plans entered this year, six finalists were chosen to present to the judges in order to win money towards the development of their businesses. Among the finalists was Jake Radler, a recent graduate from the class of 2013. Radler is now a co-founder of the start-up company, LivingMyDream, LLC.
He and fellow co-founder and CEO, Paul van Gogh, were excited and honored to be a part of the competition. As Radler states, “Bryant University is on the cutting edge in all facets of business, and the global entrepreneurship program is no exception. So, to have LivingMyDream recognized, and to be selected as a finalist in the alumni-wide new venture competition is something I will not soon forget.”
Based in Nashville, TN, LivingMyDream offers products and service packages based on the concepts of visualization in order to help individuals live their dreams. LivingMyDream has entered the retail market with the first ever pre-themed vision boards and vision charms. The company aims to make the concepts and use of visualization more relevant to schools, corporate trainers, and other professionals through their service packages and business network. Currently, LivingMyDream is working with professionals across the country in order to build this business network. It will be made up of individuals and companies who will advocate for the use of visualization with their clients in order to help them reach their goals. From nutritionists and personal trainers to financial planners and life coaches, LivingMyDream aims to further empower all to stay focused on the path to achievement.
With plans for many other products in the future, all based on visualization, Radler, van Gogh, and the rest of the LivingMyDream team are thankful for the opportunity to be a part of the 2014 New Venture Competition and the Bryant University community.