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          Bryan Janeczko

          Bryan Janeczko

          Entrepreneur Leadership Network VIP

          About Bryan Janeczko

          I empower entrepreneurs to unlock massive potential and launch meaningful new ventures. As a seasoned entrepreneur myself, I love impact- and social-driven ventures. My first success was NuKitchen, which I founded and sold to Nutrisystem, helping pave the way for the $1B+ meal-delivery industry.

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