Suzanne Evans, is the tell-it-like-it-is, no fluff boss of business building. With lightning speed, she built Suzanne Evans Coaching, LLC, from a shoestring startup, launched from a table in Whole Foods Market to a coveted 225 ranking on Inc Magazine’s list of the 500 fastest growing companies of 2012.
With annual revenues of over $6 million, she supports, coaches and teaches over 30,000 entrepreneurs enrolled in her wealth and business building programs. Her stirring story of taking herself from a secretary to seven figures in just over three years has inspired thousands around the globe.
And she has grown her signature annual Be the Change event from a mere idea in 2010 to almost 1000 attendees in 2013.
Suzanne not only coaches, consults, and teaches entrepreneurs to build seven figure businesses at lightening speed, but gives back as well. She runs the Global Impact Project each year in Zimbabwe, showing women artists and entrepreneurs how to escape the cycle of poverty and build sustainable businesses.
She also launched Hell Yeah! We Care, building the Hell Yeah! House with Georgetown County Habitat for Humanity.
It’s a stellar success record for a company that sprang from Suzanne’s realization back in 2007 that it would take 21 years to pay off her mountainous debt. Galvanized into action, she launched her company (literally) from a table inside Whole Foods Market.
Emboldened by her ability to get clients in the least likely of places (between the bananas and tomatoes), she realized her success would depend on her ability to master marketing and sales. And inspire clients to “share their mess” as a pathway to getting clients and making money.
And inspire she has, growing Suzanne Evans Coaching from humble beginnings, inside a 350 square foot apartment in Manhattan, to a sprawling 3,000 square foot office in Murrels Inlet, South Carolina. As the head of a growing multi 7-figure business, Suzanne and her team are dedicated to helping entrepreneurs heal their shame about money, and creating “movements that matter.”