Banking - Investment banking forums, career advice and talk


Login to an existing account

Investment banking news forum
Investment banking interviews forum
Investment banking career advice forum
Investment banking education and courses forum
Investment banking technical forum
Investment banking commununities
Investment banking off topic forum

Search forums
About us
Contact us



How to Start Your Own Cleaning Business

Back to Off Topic forum


Post time04:13 01-10-2009

Who says that janitorial or general services are literally dirty jobs? For all we know, this typical kind of service requires skills and techniques that are carefully learned by the employees, and as they execute their jobs, it will just surprise us as to how they have cleaned the area.

However, household members can also acquire this kind of talent and might as well be something to generate income from. Very timely, a lot of people are looking forward to some low-capital requiring jobs or businesses, and starting a cleaning service might be a solution.  Why not try to source out from your own savings and open up opportunities to make it grow?

The following are some tips that you can consider in starting your own cleaning business:

•    Look for established companies that offer franchising. If you have ample amount of money to begin with, you might as well sign up for a franchise. In this way, all your needs are supplied and there are greater chances of getting more customers since the name is known already.

•    Start from scratch. Research for the requirements to qualify your business for legal licensing. Even if this is a small-time business, it’s still better to use products that you trust and is environment-friendly. Also, choose the persons who will work for you, make sure they will keep the good name of your business! Decide on the availability of your team, and make advertisements to promote it.

With not so much effort, plus the satisfaction of leaving your customer’s area looking new, income is surely taken from the clean way!

For more information: