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Business Transformation Expert Walter Bergeron Featured In New York Business Journal Online

Walter Bergeron was recently featured on the New York Business Journal website and other major online media outlets, including CNBC.com, MarketWatch, Yahoo!Finance and many others.

Lafayette, LA – June 11, 2014 – A feature story about best-selling author and GKIC 2012 Marketer of the Year, Walter Bergeron, was recently seen on the New York Business Journal website as well as the other major online publications such as CNBC.com, Reuters, MarketWatch.com, Los Angeles Business Journal, TheStreet.com and Yahoo!Finance, among many others.

Walter Bergeron is the former owner of Power Control Services Inc. and best-selling author of “The Million Dollar Total Business Transformation.” Bergeron’s resounding success story at Power Control Services and as the GKIC 2012 Marketer of the Year has now taken him to the next phase of his career, in which he is helping other entrepreneurs achieve the kind of success he found and they still dream of.

In January 2014, he launched an online training system (that includes physical products, including DVDs, videos, books and manuals) around a unique concept he calls the Industrial Business Transformation to help business owners across the country. He specializes in blue-collar industrial entrepreneurs – much like he is – and currently has 600 clients nationwide who have advanced purchased the system. When he sold his company, he wrote everything down to create a documented, trademarked process manual on how he conducted his own business that any company can apply and duplicate. He is now taking clients through his journey, showing them how to build their businesses organically and create similar systemization processes.

The comprehensive process outlined in these Blueprints include how to achieve exponential growth in business, how to diversify by purchasing other companies while still owning your primary one, and – the Holy Grail – how to increase the value of a company so that it can be sold, as his was, for $10 million or more.

The full text of the feature story about Walter Bergeron that was seen in the New York Business Journal can be viewed in its entirety at http://walterbergeron.com/about-walter/