Joe Costantino

Joe Costantino is the founder of Business Marketing Success, Inc. and is President and Managing Partner of Duct Tape Marketing Coaching, LLC.

Joe is passionate about helping coaches, consultants and independent business professionals take action to design and install marketing and sales systems into their business to achieve business growth.

Joe brings a unique perspective to business owners because he speaks from experience; not only does he consult with business owners about business development; he has actually started and operated successful businesses.

At the age of 16, Joe took over a carpet cleaning business established by his father, operating this business throughout his college years to help fund his education.

In the 80s, Joe and his wife opened a “pay as you go” exercise studio in Abington, called “Losing It.” During the heyday of exercise club memberships that locked clients in for full-year subscriptions, the $3 a class concept was revolutionary and highly successful.

In 2003, Joe again followed his entrepreneurial dream by launching Business Marketing Success, Inc. a marketing consulting firm that helps business owners grow their businesses by implementing marketing and sales systems.

Since starting Business Marketing Success, Joe has worked with hundreds of business owners and spoken to thousands to help them revitalize and revamp their businesses. He has helped them discover how to use their hidden assets to develop real-world strategies and lead generation tools that get huge results.

In 2005, Joe was hand-picked by the founder of Duct Tape Marketing, John Jantsch, as one of only 10 Authorized Duct Tape Marketing Coaches in the United States.

In 2010, he became managing partner and President of Duct Tape Marketing Coaching, LLC.
Joe has an MBA with a concentration in marketing from Suffolk University’s School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts from Stonehill College.

Joe takes his coaching to a personal level as well. Joe has coached youth baseball and basketball in Abington for fifteen years.