President/Dean of Peopleness
Brittni began her career as a business owner right out of high-school with a $25,000 loan from her blue-collar worker father who took out a second-mortgage loan to provide it. With those funds, Brittni bought a dilapidated dry cleaners and laundromat. From her hometown of Roosevelt, Utah, Brittni learned the value of hard-work and long days. She spent 16 hours a day cleaning the oil from the clothes of workers in the nearby oilfields.
Realizing she would never get ahead by the daily grind, Brittni expanded her business to include servicing mats and linens to local business. Within 2 years, Brittni had run out the national competitor and took all of their business. She repaid her father’s loan early and sold her business for $400,000 a few years later.
From there, Brittni moved to Alaska and bought failed Funeral Homes from a national chain that determined to vacate Alaska. Brittni rescued the home and turned that location into the largest chain of Funeral homes in the entire state with six locations in Anchorage, Palmer, Juneau, and Fairbanks. She sold out her business for a solid 7-digit profit after only 4 years and moved back to the lower-48.
Since that time, Brittni has launched a restaurant, a distribution company, built a successful investment firm specializing in Real Estate and the Stock market, funded the most popular reality show on television, and served on the Executive Team of the 2nd fastest growing solar company in America. From these experiences, she has seen the struggles companies have to Identify, Attract, Develop and Retain valuable human capital. She understands people are strategic and when you know who they are, the possibilities of success are endless.
“I didn’t know dry cleaning. I didn’t know funeral homes. I didn’t know solar. But I understand business. And the most important part of any business is their PEOPLE.”
Chief Executive Officer
Shaun began his career in the IT consulting world. While pursuing his degree and working two full-time jobs, Shaun provided clever technical solutions to business problems for a wide degree of clients.
In the mid 1990’s, while still in his 20’s, Shaun partnered up with an east-coast technologies company and together, under Shaun’s leadership and direction, they integrated internet banking solutions to the largest 40 banks in the world. Shaun generated $20 million in services oriented sales in his first year, an by the 3rd year, Shaun’s division accounted for 67% of the 50-year old company’s revenue.
Shaun left the partnership in 2001 and launched Design Technologies where today he works with a select number of clientele providing clever technologies solutions to complex problems. Shaun currently brings in $325,000 in weekly revenues for one of his clients and provides consulting engagements and financials analysis upon demand for other clients he interfaces with.
Shaun is excited to step into the PI world with his wife and business family. Shaun has been looking for just the right ‘spearhead’ product to penetrate new market territories and nearly flew out of his skin when he saw the PI model. He knew what he had been looking for.
”I literally jumped out of my skin when I first saw the power of PI. I told my wife that we NEED to make this part of our offering. Since then, we have designed a suite of proprietary and unique offerings for the human capital market.”