Plan Your Cleaning Business

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    Writing A Cleaning Business Plan

    A business plan can be helpful to anyone desiring to start a business.  It does not have to be complex.  A business plan basically helps organize your thoughts, calculate startup and operating costs, and future plans for marketing and growth.

    Here are some things to consider when forming a business plan for your cleaning business:

    Business Goals– What are your plans? Provide for your family? Earn a part-time income?  Start a billion-dollar worldwide cleaning franchise?

    Startup and operating costs– A basic cleaning business will not have many startup costs.  A reliable vehicle, fuel expenses, and cleaning supplies will be the major costs to calculate.

    Marketing– How will you advertise?  If you are involved in social media, you will already have a free advertising source.

    Business structure– Most small business owners are sole-proprietors, but perhaps you would like to join with someone in a partnership, or have the protection of an LLC.

    Business Name–  Choosing a business name can sometimes be frustrating.  HERE are a few tips to help.

    Your business plan should be expanded based on the goals you have for your cleaning business.  The larger you want your business to become, the more planning you should do now.

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