Clean Up In An Office Cleaning Business

By: Bill McMahon

With the economy still trying to recover, and unemployment still high in

many countries, a good solution for many people is to find an easy to

operate business. Most people think of large expenses or a lot of

experirnce needed when they think of running a business, but there is a

unique business that requires neither one of these. It is starting an

office cleaning business.

The office cleaning business is unique in that the job itself requires

no experience. Anyone can clean and vacuum. And your only costs will be

cleaning supplies and start up marketing costs. And even the marketing

costs can be minimal.

To get business, you can start by preparing a simple flyer on your

computer, or on a computer at your local copy shop like Kinko's.

Next, target office complexes where a lot of businesses have their

offices all grouped together.

Try to get accounts with a bunch of

offices in the same building. If you get one and do a good job, get them

to write a recommendation for you so that you can take it to other

offices in the building to secure more business. In that way, you can

have multiple accounts, but have all your work in one place.

When you start getting more and more business, you can hire workers to

do the actual cleaning for you. Pay them a fair wage, and take the

difference for yourself. Your job will now be to find more and more

accounts. Use those letters of recommendations to help you.

The beauty of the business is at this point, you are adding recurring

streams of income, and other people are doing the cleaning. As long as

your workers do a good job, you will keep the accounts from the previous

month, and keep adding new accounts, which will soon make your monthly

income soar.

Who ever thought that cleaning could be so exciting?

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