How this automotive-industry startup is seizing marijuana’s legalization as a unique business opportunity
Kyle Bailey, CEO and founding partner at NuVinAir, which is a Dallas-based startup that offers proprietary odor-elimination products for the automotive industry joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in conjunction with the Startup Companies Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kyle Bailey discuss the following:
- What is NuVinAir and what makes it so innovative for the automotive industry?
- Can you tell me about your unique business model?
- How has the growing legalization of marijuana impacted your company?
- Where is your product available and what kinds of businesses offer it?
- What keeps you up at night and what’s next for your company?
- What tip do you have for other startups who want to get into the franchising business?
Kyle Bailey is the CEO and founder of NuVinAir, an automotive-industry pioneer offering proprietary odor-elimination products, where he directs all aspects of the company’s strategic plan, while positioning it for international expansion and distributor success.
Based in Dallas, his company caters to clients including car dealerships, car washes, detail shops, rental-car companies, and truck fleets. A sought-after industry pundit with 20 years of leadership experience in business development, entrepreneurship, franchising, and marketing, Kyle has been quoted by various media outlets, such as Chief Executive, Money Magazine, and FOX.
As a serial entrepreneur with turnkey-investor experience, he is also the CEO and co-founder of Blue Core Automotive Group, a leading automotive-management consulting firm, as well as CEO of The 5:16 Group, a grounding subsidiary to numerous business startups.
Previously, he was Vice President of Sales and Marketing for The Automotive Partners, an automotive conglomerate that provides services, technology, and products. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
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