Jeremy Weisz

Why Chris Ronzio Pivoted from a $200,000 MRR Agency to a $4,000 MRR SaaS in just 30 Days

Chris Ronzio is the founder and CEO of Trainual, an SaaS platform that allows companies to create online training manuals for employees, contractors, salespeople, interns, or vendors with just the click of a button. 

Chris is obsessed with helping small and growing businesses get organized and achieve success -- so much so that he wrote the book 100 Hacks to Improve Your Business. He is also a columnist for Inc. Magazine and the host of the Process Makes Perfect podcast. 

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • How Chris Ronzio’s company, Trainual, serves as a playbook for businesses
  • Chris explains how he got started with SOPs all the way back in high school -- and how he sold that first company for $3 million
  • Chris discusses how he came up with the idea for Trainual, and the journey to its MVP
  • Why Chris quit his seven-figure consulting business to start Trainual
  • How Chris and his brother used Facebook ads to market Trainual to its software big break 
  • Chris talks about the challenges he faced during his company’s growth process
  • How Trainual is thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic 
  • Chris’ advice for listeners that want to get involved with systems and processes
  • Get your first month of Trainual for free with our exclusive code!

In this episode…

From serving a few clients and hitting seven-figures in consulting revenues, to taking a massive pay cut and creating a product that would help hundreds of entrepreneurs grow their businesses, Chris Ronzio was never one to back down from a challenge. 

With his training software, Trainual, Chris is now helping thousands of small and growing companies around the world design their own business playbooks.

In this episode of the Big Break Software Podcast, Geordie Wardman interviews Chris Ronzio about leaving a stable consulting business to create Trainual. They discuss Chris’ first business endeavor in high school, the importance of Facebook Ads for marketing his MVP, and how he got to $30,000 in MRR. Stay tuned.