(Madison Times) — “If you really want to start a business, just do it!” says Joseph Roy, the owner of Roytek Web & Technology Solutions and President of The African American Black Business Association (AABBA). “I always see those people who keep talking about starting a business and even have their stuff together but never start it, they only talk about it.” Roy started his own business 8-9 years ago in web development. It began as a volunteer basis with his first unofficial client [WABSE]. As Roy began to train more in his field to help others, he discovered his passion. “I realized it wasn’t only fun, it was work,” remembers Roy. Roytek makes his clients more marketable locally, nationally, and internationally through website development. Roy’s clients have included The Princeton Club, international clients, and bi- lingual clients.