Dylan Vanas is the founder of RentUp and has years of experience in real estate, marketing, and PR. However, he’s not just another entrepreneur who is solely focused on his own success. In fact, Dylan Vanas is helping many other small businesses succeed every day.
His Vision for Small Business Success
We live in a world where industries are getting taken over by large corporations on a daily basis. Amazon has cornered the market on a number of different industries like e-commerce, publishing, and artificial intelligence — just to name a few. Other tech giants like Facebook and Apple are exploring new avenues every day, making it harder and harder for small businesses to get a piece of the pie. Fortunately, Vanas is making it much easier for small businesses to get the marketing and brand recognition that they need.
He says, “I think I speak for many people when I say that large monopolies are a detriment to the economy. They may streamline processes and bring innovation to certain industries, but they also make it difficult for small or even medium-sized businesses to turn a profit. That’s why I provide marketing and advertising to small businesses at affordable prices. I offer effective marketing solutions for the businesses that need it the most.”
However, Vanas does a lot more than provide affordable marketing solutions. He also consults with small business owners to collaborate and find new ways to expand. Most small businesses work with thin margins and have very little money left over for branding. That’s where Vanas comes in.
“Building a brand takes time, dedication, and — in most cases — money,” he claims. “New businesses or small businesses that don’t have a lot of cash available for marketing often hit a plateau where they feel like they can’t build their brand any further or reach any new people. That’s why I talk with business owners to help develop new solutions for just about any budget. At the end of the day, my vision is to bring back the age of the small business. When small businesses and entrepreneurs work together and promote one another, they have even more power than the large companies that pump billions of dollars into advertising.”
Ultimately, Vanas wants small business owners to know that they’re not alone. He and many other entrepreneurs are actively working to create a network and support system to help small businesses. Whether your business needs a loan to open up a second location or advice on how to market your business on social media, Vanas can provide new and innovative solutions.
Starting a small business is pretty easy, but keeping it profitable for the long-term can be a challenge. Small business owners often need support and guidance to succeed. Thankfully, Vanas is working to help small businesses succeed with effective marketing, financial consultation, and networking.