Business Warrior Combines Marketing And Funding Technology To Advance Local Businesses

Jessica N. Abraham
6 min readMay 11, 2022
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The Business Warrior Corp. (OTC: BZWR) was founded in 2014 and has provided game-changing solutions to more than 25,000 under-resourced and under-funded small businesses across the United States, boosting them into local dominance and ultimately fueling their small business growth.

An innovative marketing technology company, Business Warrior has a full suite of data-driven solutions for the organic marketing, advertising and next-generation funding of small to medium sized businesses. Through lead generation, machine learning and native software capabilities, the company has made growth funding and conversion marketing accessible for thousands of small business owners.

For many business owners, it can all be so overwhelming. But with Business Warrior, it’s like they have a whole army behind them.

The Cold-Hearted Truth Of Small Businesses In The United States

Most small businesses will fail within 5 to 7 years of opening their doors, so much so that the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an average of 20% of small businesses will fail within the first year — 30% by the end of year 2, 50% by year 5.

In one decade, 70% of all new businesses would have failed significantly because most of them were unprepared from the beginning. Another reason why businesses fail is because they fail to become what their consumers need. They’re simply not listening enough and not meeting them where it’s most convenient.

Overall, 47% of small businesses will spend less than $10,000 on digital marketing initiatives over their lifetimes. This includes ongoing market research and engagement strategies. Most of these businesses are overwhelmed, overworked and inexperienced in their digital marketing efforts. 47% of small business owners handle these marketing efforts on their own.

Most of them don’t know, or are not sure, if they should spend money on ads — sometimes, they don’t even know how to run a campaign. If they have one, their website isn’t ranking on Google, and it doesn’t have any reviews or testimonials.

Jessica N. Abraham

Jessica N. Abraham writes about Business, Technology and Career Development. | Twitter: @jessicanabraham