Entrepreneur, Graphic designer, Author.
John Miziolek is a Canadian entrepreneur and businessman. He is best known as the Co-founder of Reset Branding, a strategic branding and design firm located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Miziolek specializes in brand development and strategic thought leadership.
Miziolek was born in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, the fourth of five children born to John Miziolek (1936-1982) and Lynda Miziolek (born 1939). Miziolek has two older sisters, and two brothers. Miziolek followed in his Father's footsteps from an early age to be an entrepreneur and graphic designer.
Miziolek co-founded Reset Branding in 2008 with his partner Franca DiNardo. During his early years, Miziolek got the opportunity to learn about the design industry from his father who was a Commercial Artist as well. His father had worked with prominent brands like Wrigley, Molson and Labatt. Entrepreneurship being Miziolek's family business, he has built a branding firm with aspiration to target high results for clients.
Miziolek's focus of career has been on "business value of design" in general, however, his expertise is focused on the building and development of brands. Miziolek has appeared as a resource person for the media and recognized as an expert in the areas of strategic branding, brand development, naming and innovation. Over the course of his career, he has been featured in USA Today and named one of America's Premier Experts. Miziolek also featured as an expert on NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX affiliates, as well as starred in History Television's "What's In a Name?" series. Furthermore, his interview by Global News and CBC Radio shed some more light over his expertise. Miziolek is also a guest blogger for Fast Company. Miziolek is a best-selling author and multiple award-winner and is the Executive Producer and Host of Design Masters Canada. DMC is a national podcast dedicated to elevating the practice of design as a strategic business tool and features the top marketing, branding and design talent from across North America. He also cofounded the D Event, an annual design leadership event for high-level professionals in the consumer packaged goods industry.
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