What to name my Cleaning Businesss?
Name is Tiffany and I am 23 years old. I am opening a Cleaning business and need help thinking of some cute good catchy names and slogans? any help would be great thanks!!
- AnnielynLv 48 years agoFavorite Answer
Try Tiffany Clean Solutions,Starting a Cleaning Business as a Little Fish in a Big Pond
Oftentimes, if you have an idea for a business, someone else in your area has had a similar thought and may already have initiated their project. This holds true when starting a cleaning business since these types of companies provide necessary services to keep the main businesses (i.e. banks, department stores, retail shops, etc.) afloat. It is important to realize that you will not snag a big client without related cleaning experience, professional references, and testimonials of satisfied customers.
The easiest way to get all three of these required elements is to start small and work your way up the ladder. Advertise in your neighborhood, at local markets, within social circles – anywhere you are familiar with the people, but detached enough to keep a professional distance. It would be ill-advised to begin with friends and relatives unless you had no other choice. Once you’ve established yourself within a small circle of loyal clients, start expanding your horizons by marketing to their connections.
Give the Customers Exactly what they Want
Have you ever been called your mechanic and given a whole string of excuses about why he couldn’t get to your car that day? Perhaps a similar conversation from a repairman detailing exactly what was clogging your kitchen drain and how he removed the conglomeration? No one wants to have these types of conversations, and this is especially true of cleaning clients. When starting a cleaning business, keep in mind that people don’t want to know how, why, or when you provide them services, they just want it done; “out of sight, out of mind” is the best way to describe the way most people think of their environmental specialists.
It helps to think of yourself as a cleaning fairy; you come in while your clients are away, make right what is wrong, and then disappear without a trace. This is exactly what most customers want they like to see the evidence that you were there and properly cleaned the area, but don’t need the specifics or signs of indolence.
How to Handle Growth & Expansion
Once you have established a solid foundation based on customer satisfaction and superb services, you can then think of expanding. Unlike when you first were starting a cleaning business, now is the time to go after the big boys. Whether you establish a team or are the sole provider, you now have the know-how and business references to support a move into the big leagues.
Good luck in your business!
- Anonymous8 years ago
How about Crystal Cleaning (i think this is catchy and cute)
Not just clean, but Crystal Clean!
:-)Source(s): my mind
- Anonymous8 years ago
**** and span. Then only hire Mexicans.Source(s): My great sense of humor