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We stumbled upon a story recently in the Charlotte Observer that profiled Chris Souk, an Oxi-Fresh franchisee in the greater Charlotte area that was also the franchise’s top cleaner – of about 250 franchises – in 2013.
I discovered that many managers don’t even know for sure what they pay and are more interested in reliability, a proven track record and a burden lifted off their backs
Your sales system should include scripts, audio and video sales aids, a proposal template, paperwork for setting up the account and, of course, a pricing guide so your salesperson can write the proposal profitably
Here are some things to look for in a structural contractor strategic partner:
You've already made the big investment in an on-site inspection and have already worked up the proposal.
Over the past several years, I’ve taught my coaching members 5 steps to becoming a phenomenally successful person. This teaching gets more response from them than any other, including the business training.
Let’s face up to the fact that every job needs to be pre-inspected and priced before cleaning.
Commercial cleaning accounts are big money jobs, but they aren't always convenient.
Here's what we suggest to our SFS members for maximum results and return on their time invested:
One of the cornerstone principles of SFS is the “80% Rule” which states, “80% of how the customer decides whether you did a ‘good job’ or a ‘bad job’ is based on how they feel about the person actually doing the work.”