The entire landscape of business is growing densely populated each year. People who are connected with incubators or function in the small-to-medium-sized business industries continually see emerging players. The spirit of entrepreneurship has quadrupled since the past. It sets an optimistic precedent since we usually expect a wonder-kid with a mega business idea to disrupt the most stagnant markets and change our lives forever.
However, only a fraction of entrepreneurs today are seeking that particular benchmark because it carries risks. Analysis of consumers reports that they are less likely to show a willingness to buy products or try services they are not entirely familiar with. The question arises: should one think on those lines and develop products and services of the future? Perhaps, yes. If we are not looking beyond the curtain, we are not looking ahead in the future.
By 2021, each 90s individual thought there would be flying cars or infrared projections in the air. But the reality is much in contrast to those concepts. A business prospect that is out of the ordinary does not always set the standards for innovation. Sometimes, the most innovative solutions are right there in front of us, only needing a highly-skilled genius to take notice.
The example above sets relevant to our article’s entrepreneur profile—Nick-Anthony Zamucen, who is most profoundly known as the Founder and CEO of highly successful companies, Bio-One Inc. and Best Option Restoration (B.O.R.).
He started with humble beginnings and did not inherit privileges which could lead the way for him. Nick was always passionate about developing services which can impact the lives of the people. Hails from Denver, Colorado, this energetic and passionate entrepreneur understood risks associated with not living by the playbook. He did not venture into another tech profile but instead did market research to find his place in a very well segmented niche.
The rise of Bio-One
Bio-One is essentially a biohazard clean up and decontamination company. The company mainly operates in crime and trauma sights clean up and collection. It utilizes some of the most outstanding materials for sustainable cleanup operations. The company is widespread, with over 127 active locations. Bio-One’s popularity has surged in the past decade, and it is often quoted as one of the most effective niche business of the 21st century.
With the rise and popularity of Bio-One continuing, Nick did not once budge to settle and rest his efforts. He is dubbed as one of the few CEOs, who work the same hours and with the same dedication as they did during the early years of operation. Industry experts note that perhaps this is the secret of Nick, who has pushed through an abundance of odds managed to create a business with terrific operations and masterclass service.
The entrepreneur is also looking to expand his company in diverse geographical locations, such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, and the Netherlands.
Best Option Restoration
Another company which got its breakthrough was founded in 2018 by Nick. It is disaster management, crisis response, and mitigation company. It specializes in water and fire damage, mold remediation, commercial cleaning, contents cleaning, etc.
Nick is the company’s CEO, and it has created more than 2000 employment opportunities. As an entrepreneur, he has shared the stage with prominent personalities like Anthony Robbins, Dean Graziosi, and Tony Hsieh.
He hosts the podcast, Bio-One Audio Files, based on crime scene cleaning. He has been featured on several podcasts, such as EPN Enterprise Podcast Network, Franchise Marketing Radio, Franchise Bible Coach Radio, and Off The Cuff Franchising.
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