Scott Bartnick knows success – but no one was there to tell him how to do it. Bartnick has a pretty impressive resume. With a degree in Industrial and Systems engineering and over five years of experience in Amazon store development, marketing, product development, and operations management. He’s been a continuous Improvement Manager for a $100 million dollar facility, and a quality supervisor for a $200 million facility. Scott has helped over 400+ businesses to launch their products and brands. As if that weren’t enough, he also built his own e-commerce brand while touring around Asia. Plus, he’s the founder of four successful businesses, including The Five Day Startup and Otter PR – businesses dedicated to helping and mentoring companies.
Scott is a man who knows his stuff, and is good to have around. But the best mentors are those who have known their fair share of failure. Which Scott certainly has. Where has he failed at? Time. Scott has found himself on some steep learning curves, resulting in setbacks and loss of time when he could’ve been growing and building his products and brands. Shortly after quitting his day job, he launched two products simultaneously, which both ultimately didn’t take off. It wasn’t a financial loss, but it was a loss nonetheless. However, Scott says while he spent a lot of time on them, it was a good learning experience.
So why bother having a mentor, as a new entrepreneur? Scott built something on his own, figuring it out as he went, learning a lot of lessons along the way. But Scott knows that time is a precious resource: which is why it’s important to have that mentorship. Scott pushes mentorship precisely because of the uncertainty he faced while building his products and services.
Now that Scott has the knowledge and tools of being a successful entrepreneur, he’s eager to engage with new companies and entrepreneurs. Scott provides one-on-one mentorship to make sure you’re doing quality work, and he has developed proprietary algorithms to accelerate sales.
Scott has worked with hundreds of companies and spent years figuring out what it takes to succeed. He has the know-how to take your business to the next level.
Learning what it takes to build a successful company from firsthand experience, Scott knows just how difficult and confusing it can be. Scott wants to be a resource for others to help them succeed. You can find him at TheFiveDayStartup.com.