Jason Boreyko on Network Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Business Development

Jason Boreyko is committed to helping others achieve success in their careers. If you’re looking to get started on network marketing or need tips and advice about the business, or you’re looking to start your own business, this page is where you’ll find tips, advice, and information on these topics.

Jason Boreyko achieved success at a rather young age (he was among the top five income earners of a multi-million-dollar company) and he shares that if he can do it, so can everyone else! To give readers an idea of what to expect on this page, below is a brief rundown of topics and their definition/description.

Network Marketing

In a nutshell, network marketing is a business venture that requires a minimal cash outlay (to purchase the company’s products/product kit) to become a member. Once you’re a member, you will have several people in your upline (members who are above you, who are basically those who have been members longer) and you will also have people in your downline (your recruits). Sales generate income for the upline, you, and your downline. The commission you get will depend on the company’s pay plan.

For Jason Boreyko, this venture is ideal for people who are looking for a part-time job or a side job to augment their regular income.


When you start your own business, you have taken the entrepreneurial path. Whether you’re selling baked goodies from your kitchen straight to the customer or you’re operating from a small office space, you’re already an entrepreneur. This part of the page is where you can get tips and basic information about startups, business, and entrepreneurship (more in-depth information will be shared on the Blog page).

Business Development

Business development is a rather complex topic, says Jason Boreyko. It involves conceptualizing, developing, and executing strategies to grow the business, increase revenue and profit, and basically keep it in the black. It also involves every department in your organization; from sales and marketing to operations, customer service, and Human Resources.

Each of these will be discussed further in the coming days so please stay tuned!