Bill Rancic

Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, Restaurateur, and First Winner of NBC’s The Apprentice

Bill Rancic burst onto the national scene when he was hired as the winner of the first season of NBC’s breakthrough program The Apprentice. Today, Bill shares a business message that has been inspiring audiences across the world.

Currently, Bill is speaking to businesses and organizations around the world on motivational and business topics.

Bill makes regular appearances on numerous daytime broadcast and cable television programs such as Today, The View, Rachael Ray and various CNBC programs to talk to viewers about business and entrepreneurship. He also regularly appears in many major national, regional and local print outlets throughout the country.

A published author of a New York Times best-selling book, Bill wrote You're Hired: How To Succeed In Business And Life. This book chronicles Bill's successful life, experience and proven advice. He continued to make a name for himself as an author by writing Beyond the Lemonade Stand to help educate and motivate young people worldwide about the value of money and how to leverage skills, talents and abilities at an early age.  All proceeds from the sale of this book have gone to charity. Bill has also co-authored I Do…Now What with his wife Giuliana Rancic where they share secrets to everlasting love.

After graduating cum laude from Loyola University, Bill went on to become a successful entrepreneur when he founded Cigars Around The World, a monthly online subscription-based retailer that became a multi-million dollar enterprise.

Today, he is a highly sought-after motivational speaker on the subject of entrepreneurship and business. Bill shares his lessons that inform and entertain, varying from stories of a pancake business he started with his grandmother at age ten to his current ventures as a small business spokesman as a restaurant owner and real estate developer , co owner of Giuliana Prosecco.

Highly engaged in charitable activities, Bill has traveled to Haiti on numerous occasions to build homes for victims of the earthquake. He is also an active board member for the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls.