If you’re considering setting up a new business, a cleaning service could be the opportunity you have been waiting for.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to get started in this lucrative business. You can start now with little cash and no experience.
After running a successful business for a number of years I decided it was time to move on and I sold it on,I loved it but don’t get me wrong, it was hard work and there are a lot of competitors out there, but that shouldn’t stop you.
You can run this business on your own or have people who carry out the cleaning on your behalf and you act as an agency.
It’s easy to start-up and can be operated from home with few overheads! it’s not a get rich quick scheme, it requires hard work and persistence (take it from someone who knows!)
Do your research and use some of the templates below to get started!
I suggest you use the guides to get a better idea of the business, then add all the details you need to make them your own and visit a business start-up adviser, or contact your local Jobcentre and they will give you a nudge in the right direction and you may be eligible for business start-up grants/ loans.
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