Need help getting clients for your small business?

I've worked with small business ranging from coffee shops to online startups netting about $10M in revenue per year. Often they are great at their product but struggle to find a simple repeatable marketing strategy. Small business is resource constrained, cash constrained, and time constrained. Crating a marketing strategy that an owner can execute while still running day to day operations takes experience and creativity.

  • One hour of in person on site meeting and analysis.
  • A marketing strategy analysis delivered in two days.
  • A one hour follow up question and answer.

My goal is to offer real executable advice that you can and should act on without creating unnecessary complexity or busy work. Even though I firmly stand by my expertise and insights, the advice I give id just that, advice. Due to factors beyond my control, there is no warranty of results associated with the consultation.

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Testimonials

Laurent Painchaud

Streamliner
"Kenjora-san is an Internet Samurai. He has the knowledge and experience, but also the good sense to know when and where to use both. Very proud of our collaborations."

Aaron Post

Marketing Technologist
"I was and have been particularly impressed by Paul's ability to take complex projects and break them down into simple and effortless task so any team can quickly get up to speed. That skill takes years to develop among the best of entrepreneurs, but it seemed to come perfectly natural to him. "

Laurent Painchaud

Founder / Lead Fabricator
"Paul understands what it means to "skate where the puck is going and not where it has been." - he resides down on the horizon at the intersection of entrepreneurship, technology and simplification. I am very excited to be collaborating with Paul and together we are going to be introducing some game changing solutions, of this I am 100% certain. "

Brian Day

Sales Manager
"Paul Kenjora of AwareLabs has delivered a truly dynamic and emergent website customized to our special technical needs. Paul’s website creation and evolving database offers what many other large agencies could not. His ability to blend marketing with simple function has delivered a site that is absolutely testing our ability to keep up! The only limitation at this point is us!"

Press Coverage

AwareLabs Delivers Effective Marketing Plans For Startups

"Paul Kenjora is no newbie when it comes to launching a startup. In fact, it was his experiences he had building a previous company that led to the creation of his latest venture–AwareLabs. Paul launched Blog Glue in 2008 and raised $1million in VC funds to grow the business. The early days of bootstrapping the company showed Paul that there was a lack of options and information available for startups looking to increase their marketing and PR efforts. Most founders of startups live and breath their products."

AZ Tech Beat - Derrick Yazwa

NOW THAT’S CALLED BOOTSTRAPPING: WHY ONE ENTREPRENEUR STOPPED PURSUING INVESTORS

"Imagine using your media center as a server for your startup. You’re sitting there, watching Netflix, and suddenly, everything goes down. You realize your server just got hit because the Denver Post started using your startup. It happened to Paul Kenjora, and he proceeded to raise $1.5 million for that very same tech startup…in Arizona. Here’s his startup story."

Tech Cocktail - Ralph Miller

Entrepreneurship Series: Interview with Paul Kenjora

"Although Paul takes a relaxed attitude, he's not afraid to speak his mind and stand by his beliefs. In this article, he shares his intimate thoughts on entrepreneurship, startups, funding and, most of all, what worked and what didn't."

Flatterline Entrepreneurial Series - Ralph Miller

35 Entrepreneurs 25 And Younger

"The desire to be one's own boss is a common reason entrepreneurs say they went into business for themselves. But family also is a huge motivator, as shown by several of the 35 individuals on The Arizona Republic's 2009 list of the state's top young entrepreneurs. The annual list highlights entrepreneurs who have started successful ventures in the state. To qualify, candidates must be 35 or younger and be involved in establishing and operating companies based in Arizona."

AZ Central - Andrew Jonhson