A Big Risk That Paid Off Big

I’m a concert buff, surfer, and self-proclaimed adventurist. While attending college I had one of my biggest adventures when I worked as a receptionist for a private investment banking firm engaged in mergers and acquisitions, where we provided our clients with national registered agent services. One day, I came into the office and it had been emptied out! It turns out the people I worked with had been involved with some unsavory activities and had suddenly fled the country.  Fortunately by this time I had become familiar with the national registered agent services we offered our clients, and knew that they could be easily provided. There were very few companies that offered affordable packages to small businesses. I saw an opportunity, and I saw a solution!
Even though I was only 17 years old, I founded my own company, InCorp.  using my university scholarship money to fund my first direct mail campaign. This was a huge risk, but now, we are a company of over 65 employees and 100,000 clients worldwide. Since then I have founded two more companies, a business entity formation service, MyLLC, and, most recently, DocRun.
My aim is to lower the barrier of entry to the small business market for entrepreneurs by providing them with access to attorney-level legal documents using DocRun’s  adaptive software solution. In addition to being a serial entrepreneur, I’m a small business writer. I had the privilege of writing “Limited Liability Companies for Dummies” for John Wiley and sons. I am also an active public speaker and small business consultant.
Risking my university scholarship was a big decision, but as Ghandi once said, we must “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
– Jennifer Reuting, CEO and Founder of DocRun, I am a small businesses and corporate structuring expert, as well as a serial entrepreneur. I founded InCorp.com, the third-largest registered agent service provider in the U.S., and MyLLC.com, a business entity-formation
service.
Author: Jennifer Reuting
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