Kristy Nevils is an award-winning inventor, published author and a successful business founder and owner. She recently sold her 12 year old company, M.R. Crafts Inc. to pursue her passion to help business owners to achieve the income they desire while owning and operating their ideal business.
“My gift is to lift people up and to show you new ways and new markets that will open the door to infinite possibilities and increased cash flow in your business! My ultimate commitment is to help you step into your own greatness to achieve both inner and outer success, and to have the tools to make your goals into reality by combining powerful strategies with cutting-edge business building techniques.”
I don’t just talk about it, I’ve done it!
- Taught Contractors with little to no experience, how to win millions of dollars in federal contracts
- Consulted Small Businesses on understanding the federal market and their purchasing process, achieving their government contractor and small business status, identifying who the decision makers are that buy their products and services and creating targeted sales campaigns that result in winning contracts
- Coached business owners on how to clarify their visions, strategize their actions, upgrade their skills, optimize their environments and master their inner game.
- Nationally recognized successful U.S. Federal Contractor (with a D&B Past performance rating of 97%)
- Personally acquired several hundred government contracts and mastered the federal “micro purchase” procurement program
- Featured on numerous media outlets including CNBC.com and the Miami Herald
- Co-Invented and commercialized My Watersafe® (water storage system) which was sold through various retail channels including Bed Bath and Beyond, Ace Hardware and True Value. Sales efforts resulted in an American Red Cross and State of Florida contract.
- Founded and managed one of the only companies able to provide over 225,000 face masks to prevent the spread of Swine flu (H1N1) and 1 million haz mat boot covers for the critical BP oil spill clean up, when domestic inventories were depleted by existing suppliers. This resulted in $7 million in sales revenue.
- Dubbed “The Golden Child Of Government Contracting” by the International Association of U.S. Government Contractors.