Cleanliness and hygiene in food production is a high stakes consideration. It’s not just about business risk, there are also legal obligations and the very real possibility of harming people through your actions, that’s why it’s important to never leave anything to chance in your food production area.
Floors are made from a variety of materials, and therefore need to be cleaned using different equipment. Indeed, if you were to use the wrong kind of cleaning equipment, you could end up damaging the floor permanently, so it’s important that you do things the right way.
In today’s modern world you have more control than ever when it comes to marketing your cleaning business. Whether it’s word of mouth, social media or customer loyalty programs, it’s all about taking advantage of the channels available to you. Here’s our top tips for making the most of social media and word of mouth referrals to grow your cleaning business.
Australian summers are a time for fun and recreation, but they also mean increased heat and humidity. Your hardwood floors might be robust enough to handle high foot traffic every day, but hot weather brings challenges to even the best laid wooden floors. Let’s look at some tried and true techniques for caring for hardwood floors during summer, and ensure they remain in perfect condition year round.
Cleaning is a complex and, potentially, hazardous process. Clients have exacting standards, and they should, as the service that you’re providing will have a substantial impact on their life and business. What will set your business apart will be in being able to offer your customers a superior level of service.
To do that, you’ll need to develop a comprehensive training program that will get your staff working to exacting and consistent standards. This training program should be a multi-pronged approach, and combine hands-on experience with more formalised learning and examination processes.
When it comes to your working environment, first impressions and aesthetics always count – for both your customers and your employees.
Work spaces are not only functional areas; they communicate a company’s culture and brand values. As such, how you organise and present your work space, whether it’s a medical clinic, creative agency, or other professional service, should be a major priority.
Have you recently opened a new gym, fitness centre or exercise studio? If so, one thing you need to realise is that there’s more to impressing clients than just helpful, experienced staff and top of the line equipment.
To seal the deal and ensure that your space is as functional and attractive as possible to potential clients, cleanliness needs to be your key priority.
As more and more people prefer to outsource their cleaning tasks, establishing a reliable cleaning service is an increasingly viable option for entrepreneurs wishing to start up their own business; particularly as it can be arranged with very low start-up costs.
If you think that the cleaning sector could be the business opportunity for you, here’s our 6 top tips for setting up a successful cleaning company.
While there are similarities in how they operate, each industry has a unique way that they approach social media, certain tactics and platforms that work best for them, and strategies that – while generally effective across the board – just don’t translate into audience engagement for them.
Business owners that don’t put a lot of focus upon social media often end up treating their online presence as simply a business, rather than one situated within their industry sector. Knowing how to act as a cleaning business, rather than just a business, can be the difference between success and failure.
If you have just started a cleaning business or are wanting more regular work to make your business more secure, this article may be useful.
Now that you have a business and you have all the equipment needed to get busy and start work, you will need to take a look at securing some contracts for your new business.
Although you may feel like your business will be fine to work on a per job and per client basis (which is possible); to become a real leader in the field within your area, you will want to secure cleaning contracts with several clients. Securing contracts offers financial security of permanent clients no matter how quiet your casual clients become. Not only does this give you peace of mind, you’ll also be building a brand for yourself as a dependable and reliable service to potential clients.