Bryan Johnson is a serial entrepreneur best known as the Founder of Braintree, a payments provider for many of the world’s most discerning merchants (Angry Birds, Airbnb, Fab.com, Uber). Started by Bryan in 2007 and bootstrapped for four years, the company twice qualified as one of the fastest growing businesses in America (Inc. 500 2011 & 2012), acquired peer-to-peer payments provider Venmo, and is regularly covered in Wired, Inc., TechCrunch, NY Times, and The Wall Street Journal. In 2013, the company will process more than $12 billion in payments from all over the world. Braintree was acquired by eBay for $800 million.
Bryan is always in the middle of at least six books, an avid pilot, and a co-founder of a small business with his two boys.
1871 Founder Stories with Bryan Johnson (video 47 min, '13)
Braintree office and culture (video 5 min '13)
Creating a company with a soul (CEC award) (video 4 min '12)
Bootstrapping with Bryan Johnson (video 15 min '12)
How to go from $0 to $1,000,000 in Two Years (TechCrunch '13)
Bootstrapped, Proud & Profitable (37signals '11)
Techweek Keynote (video 25 min '12) & slides
How Bryan Johnson has taken Braintree to explosive growth (Technori '12)
Why Bryan Johnson doesn't hire traditional managers (video 5 min 10')
Bryan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org