Profitability and personal freedoms hinge on the things you do and the decisions you make now. Enjoy this fast-paced, honest, probing introduction to the solutions and tools Dave Coyle used to build In The Bag Cleaners into a multi-million dollar company and consultancy. Learn from the insights of special guests. Engage with other leaders and thinkers and benefit from the exploration and sharing of game-changing tools and ideas.
Reserved seat in the first two rows + seat at the table with Dave Coyle at lunch + special gift + one-hour followup phone call with Dave the week after the event to discuss strategy and implementation
“I’ll give you what you want mixed with what I believe you need. Count on storytelling, powerful solutions and small-group discussion over a day that’s 75-85 percent killer business strategy sprinkled with a healthy dose of self-improvement tools. Expect 50 minutes of dynamic content and interaction and a 10-minute break on the hour.”
In a special “fireside chat” with Dave, stroke survivor Rob Rawlings will share his spectacular story of surviving and thriving after a major stroke. His resiliency and against all odds attitude will fill you with hope and help you think about what is truly important in your life.
Dave Coyle owns In The Bag Cleaners, a drycleaning enterprise with 14 locations in the Wichita, Kansas, metropolitan area. Since 2000, Coyle has grown ITB marketshare to almost 70 percent. The company does nearly $6 million a year in sales and has created a loyal following of more than 25,000 clients. Coyle motivates his entire team to offer the highest level of quality, service and experience.
Coyle founded a company called BizNotes in 2019, the result of his deep belief in relationship building. When you connect with clients in meaningful ways, he says, they deepen their engagement with you. When you show sincere appreciation, you win their loyalty, a critical business asset.
Consultant and coach Dave Coyle helps businesses identify the key marketing hinges that can lead to exponential growth and profitability. He's passionate about guiding clients and workshop participants through three big doors to high-functioning business enterprises.
Dave's vision for Small Hinges is a multi-level learning opportunity. In addition to high-level and single-topic workshops like starting your own business, he's planning:
“We don't all go to church the same way. We're creating multiple opportunities for good content, and we want you to access it in a way that works for you. With marketing meetings, planning sessions and audits, I'll help you lay my blueprint on top of your business in a way that's easily deployable.”