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How Janitorial Businesses Can Set Themselves Apart Without Tearing Their Competition Apart?

It can definitely be tempting. During your walk-through a building to bid on the office-cleaning, you notice greasy hand prints on the doors, tons of dust on the partition tops and ugly mop stains half way up the toilets. The question to janitorial business owners and sales reps is this – what should you say or should you say nothing at all. Watch this fast paced video to learn what you can say that scores you ‘points’ with your prospects without tearing down the current cleaning company.

Before you’re done watching this video episode – How Janitorial Businesses Can Set Themselves Apart Without Tearing Their Competition Apart? you’ll learn a very specific strategy you, as the owner of a janitorial business can say to set you a part from the other cleaning companies without tearing them a part.

Please leave your comments below. Thanks, Dan

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3 Responses to “How Janitorial Businesses Can Set Themselves Apart Without Tearing Their Competition Apart?”

  1. Jeff Turner says:

    Dan,
    I agree 100% with this response. I think a potential client would much prefer to hear strategies for avoiding these issues, than a halfhearted promise. By not bashing your competition you show them something far more valuable than promises, you show them integrity.

  2. Mark Spiegel says:

    Nice commentary on the importance of taking the high road. Very rare indeed and will certainly sell you as a company they would like to do business with. Thanks for that insight.

  3. DLiebrecht says:

    Thanks Mark and wishing you much success in your cleaning business. Dan, CleanGuru LLC

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