Chris Ronzio started his first business when he was 14, and throughout his entrepreneurial journey, developed a passion for technology, efficiency, and making business easier. He is energized by progress and driven by process.
Chris spent a decade building a national video production company that would net over $3 million and sold that business before turning 25, at which point he started a consulting agency called Organize Chaos. After working directly with hundreds of entrepreneurs, Chris and his team created a software tool to help organize small and growing businesses.
This tool turned startup success story, called Trainual, provides a way to capture every process, role, and responsibility, creating a consistent, teachable, and scalable knowledge base, centralized in one place. At the heart of this work is a desire to help business leaders find the time to do more of what they love, and by providing a way to document and delegate what you do, and create a scalable operations manual, Trainual is doing just that for business owners, team leaders, and hiring managers worldwide.
Additionally, Chris is an investor, part-owner, and/or on the board of 5 other companies, an Inc Magazine columnist, and the author of “100 Hacks To Improve Your Business.”
Chris was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when he was 7 years old and never one to back away from a challenge, he developed a determination not to let his disease define his potential and would become an all-star athlete as well as breakout business success. As a speaker, Chris combines his experience as a life-long diabetic, a serial entrepreneur, startup leader and athlete to share unique lessons and actionable insights that resonate with all types of professional audiences.
“Chris excels at unifying teams, quickly identifying problems and providing quality solutions. He brings a level of insight, creativity, and productivity unmatched to any business consultant I have ever worked with.”
“Typical entrepreneurs are like moths to lights, juggling many tasks at the same time and bouncing around from idea to idea. Chris brings clarity and focus to all tasks at hand and somehow takes the chaotic life of a business leader and creates an actionable plan that makes it fun and logical again.”