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

Paul Kenjora – Co-Founder and CEO of AwareLabs

"Paul Kenjora is a methodical entrepreneur, product developer, and trouble maker. A modern “Renaissance Man”, Paul spent his twenties working on everything from designing and constructing family homes by hand, to developing remote controlled military vehicles, and launching PayPal’s Phoenix office. Now in his thirties, Paul is focused on disruptive marketing and finance entrepreneurship."

Idea Mensch - Guest Writer

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

Arthur and Paul Kenjora: Brothers Collaborate Naturally

"The brothers, who are 14 months apart in age, cite their parents for their desire to collaborate on business startups. "It was kind of ingrained in us," said Paul, 30. "They made it clear if we're going to work smarter, we're going to work harder. The best way to work smarter is to work for yourself and work with people that you can choose to work with.""

AZ Central - Guest Writer

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