The Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast | With Bryant Burciaga

By The Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast | With Bryant Burciaga
About this podcast
The Millennial Entrepreneur Podcast is a show tha…
Aug. 28, 2017
In this episode, I interview Max Feber, a teenage entrepreneur who is taking the world by storm with his innovative cold brew coffee filters. Featured on the Home Shopping Network the show Hatched and more, Max has been producing THOUSANDS of units and talks about how he's been able to create an entirely US based supply chain for his products in this amazing episode. YOU DON'T want to miss this.
July 19, 2017
In this episode, I speak with the CEO of HobbyDB, the worlds fastest growing collectibles database where we chat about why business is more like backgammon than a game of chess, how to leverage niche communities to grow your business, and how and why forming the right team can separate you from the competition.
July 2, 2017
In this episode the CEO and founder of FinTech startup, My Money My Future, Ramona Ortega drops some serious advice on starting your business, making it stand out, funding, and being the best at what you do. Ramona mentions several resources during the podcast and I’ve gone ahead and included the links to those resources below (in order of how she mentions them):
May 10, 2017
Kate Catlin was born to build startups and connect with people. Part of her story was featured in the documentary, Generation Startup, as one of the young entrepreneurs trying to change the Detroit startup scene (Check it out on Netflix!). She's since gone on to start Women Rising and her newest venture, Flock. In this episode, we explore her mindset, talk about failures, and the best way to grow and connect with others in a manner accessible to more people than before. @Kate_Catlin
May 5, 2017
With an extensive international business background, Jim Sugarman is no stranger to connecting cultures. From starting and ultimately selling the first trade show for active stock traders in the US to building businesses in Hong Kong and the US. In this episode, we talk about his newest venture, 2GFounders, and his quest to connect millennials with baby boomers to create the best startups in the planet. He talks about how you can venture into new countries with your business, and how you can get the right mentor/mentee/partner.
May 4, 2017
In this episode, I interview the very funny Paul Wagner the CEO of, and we discuss comedy in corporate environments, the state of startups today, and how to self-actualize in order to become the best you. You can find out more and connect with him here: His Brand New Book that just came out: Website: CreativeLab.TV App:
April 24, 2017
In this episode, I discuss how to figure out who your target market is by giving you a template and an exercise to follow to find your niche target market. I know there are more in depth methods of getting to this, but this has worked for me in the past! Looking for the transcript of this podcast? Find it below!
July 23, 2016
In this episode we talk to Kelsey Marchman of the band Thousand Frames. As an African-American woman playing in a rock band she has faced adversity and challenges beyond those of a typical up-and-coming musician. We talk about how she has managed those hurdles, how she markets herself and her band using YouTube, and how she's built a network in the local music scene to build a following that attends her shows and has gotten her featured on the station Channel 93.3 FM in Denver, CO