DALLAS — Just recently, Denver-based businessman Gregg Delaney was asked why it is so vital that through his profession, he esteems others daily.
As usual, Delaney was rather forthright and direct.
“It’s important that I inspire others through my works, because every business owner that I offer these services to, I am just like them…with a dream and a foot in the door, praying and hoping that someone…anyone can offer me an opportunity to be what God has promised,” Delaney told longtime journalist Andre Johnson during an exclusive interview. “My struggle is their struggle. Their business is my business. And just like each of them, I wake up every morning, praying that someone will be blessed by what I can offer them.”
To his credit, Delaney has become a notable fixture as an accomplished entrepreneur, most notably in the Denver metropolitan area.
Now after essentially making a name for himself as what many have deemed “the face” of his business in the Mile High city, Delaney boasts lofty aspirations of building and enhancing his media-savvy brand in a rather broader market, particularly throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Delaney, 40, is owner and chief executive officer of TriView Production, LLC, based in Aurora, Colorado.
Organized nearly two years ago, according to www.companiescolorado.com, TriView Productions is a broadcast-oriented, high quality video production company whereby its focus, according to Delaney, is geared largely on accommodating corporate events and business video production for marketing purposes.
“There are so many new and small businesses in this area competing for their piece of the American dream,” Delaney said in explaining the purpose for his business that has grasped the attention of a number of internationally-acclaimed celebrities, most notably renowned rapper Snoop Dogg and longtime actor/comedian Bill Bellamy. “And major corporations tend to monopolize marketing that does not allow a small business owner to have the same access to create the same impact.”
Armed with an array of experience, coupled with a solid feel for news and marketing judgment, Delaney, to his credit, had proven long before the inception of his company that he boasts the intelligence and perseverance to accommodate companies, large or small.
“I create the exact quality of visual marketing to help business owners seek funding, clients, or bring awareness to their brand, at a price conducive to a start-up or small business owners’ budget,” Delaney explained.
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“What I like most about my business is the gratification I receive from the excitement on an up-and-coming business owner’s face when their vision is brought to life through production and, in that moment, they realize they are living their dream.”
All of which, to his delight, makes what he does worth the tireless time and effort.
So get ready, Texas.
The entrepreneurship’s version of the Mile High Miracle is destined to have a Texas-sized impact.
Much sooner than later.
“There is nothing like being a part of helping someone live their dream,” Delaney said.
Interestingly enough, the assortment of vital services that Delaney’s company offers does not cater to a specific range of age groups, he said.
A video production/producing career that spans nearly two decades — 18 years to be exact — Delaney emphasized that this company is available to various age groups, especially business owners who are seeking to bring awareness to their brand, thus devising ways to blend video production to market their business.
“I have created production for the National Brother Hood Skiers (or NBS) to small mom and pop shops in the inner city,” Delaney explained. “I have worked with and created production for (an array of) celebrities, as well as production for non-profits wishing to seek sponsorship. This business has taken me to the furthermost edge of the Florida keys to the shores of Jamaica… the city lights of Las Vegas to the Hills of Puerto Rico.”
Make no mistake, Delaney isn’t bragging, in large part because, well, he’s a mastermind behind his business and this ever-so-competitive video production/producing industry.
“My personal mission is to give the small businesses just as much leverage to play equally with those major corporations who don’t do business with half of the passion these small business owners do,” Delaney said. “(I want to) give entrepreneurs one more tool to achieve their dreams. My struggle of trying to get support with previous business ventures is what inspired me to do this in this manner.”
Today, by all accounts, Delaney undoubtedly has found his niche with God, his Helper, leading the way.
Get ready Dallas/Fort Worth, where Delaney is destined to do things big in Texas.
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