AFFORDABLE HELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS OR BUSINESS IDEA
A PERSONAL ENGINEER FOR INNOVATORS, START UPS,
& SMALL BUSINESSES
APPLYING AN ENGINEER STYLE APPROACH TO A WIDE VARIETY OF BUSINESS RELATED TASKS.
I'm Zac, the founder and operator of Ashburn Engineering. I travel between the DC Metropolitan and Hudson Valley NY areas and am in the process of finishing my B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC).
From a very young age I knew I was very business oriented. I remember selling Pokemon cards at my swim meets only to use the proceeds to buy more cards at a bulk discount, and kept the process going. Later in life after only a few years in the work force I quickly learned a normal job would not be satisfying for me. At 19 years old I finally took things to the next level and opened my first online retail store.
While the money was great, I found that my passion was rooted in the business development aspect of my start up, not the day-to-day retail. The knowledge gained from this endeavor was invaluable and I have since found myself consulting with a variety of entrepreneurs and businesses - turning their ideas into reality - and optimizing their sale / marketing strategies.
What Can I Do For You?
The short answer? Find solutions your problems & generate more targeted organic traffic to your business. Whether you are a young innovator with an idea, or a seasoned business owner; I'm here to work with you on identifying what you may need, researching, brainstorming ideas, creating a plan, implementing this plan & more.
Through my entrepreneurial ventures and schooling I have grown a vast network of resources, enough so that even if I can't tackle a problem for you, I will have a contractor ready who will know exactly what to do.
While working for the family business and on starting businesses of my own I noticed a common theme... Many times something needed to get done that nobody actually knew how to do! To my surprise at the time, I came to the realization that my Engineering coursework was basically the same deal. This was confirmed by something a professor later told me, "When you accept your first job, there is about a 99% chance that non of the factual knowledge we teach you in school will apply".
So I wasn't in school to learn facts rather I was there to learn a 'problem solving process'. Well why not apply the same process we learn to use as engineers, to solve problems in the business world? That question was the beginning of Ashburn Engineering.
Chemical, Mechanical, & Electrical Engineers
Small Scale Financial Support
Custom Welding / Fabrication
Machine Shops, & more...