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Master Window Cleaners of America
Starting a Successful Window Cleaning Business "Basics and Beyond Course"
Window Cleaner's Supplies and Equipment
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Starting a Successful Window Cleaning Business
After you have made the decision that a window cleaning business is for you there are many other decisions to make that could figure into whether you are successful or just earning enough to get by.
This course is aimed at helping you to get started, avoid the pitfalls and traps of new business startups and get you on your way to building a successful window cleaning business with a repeat customer base.
Most experienced window cleaning business owners will tell you that the best way to get started is to work for a window cleaning business for a length of time to gain all the skills required to be proficient. This makes good practical sense but there are times that people don't have that luxury and need to get started up as soon as possible.
Many businesses have been started with only limited resources and experience and have survived because the owner did all the other things that make a business work and thrive. So whether you have window cleaning experience or just the drive and ambition to own your own business, we will go through these helpful tips step by step to help you begin your journey to a winning business strategy.
We will go into these topics below one by one in this course.
Tools and Equipment
Vehicle Types and Setup
Beyond The Basics:
Write a Business Plan
Business Phone Line
Dressing for a Professional Image
Getting an EIN Number
Bookkeeping and Taxes
Networking for Success
Hiring and Managing Employees
Expanded Advertising Strategies
Tools, Tips and Techniques:
Squeegees and Stripwashers
Water Fed Pole
Phones, Estimates and Office Helps
Tips, Tricks and Techniques
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