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|10-31-2019 12:47 PM|
Hi, how'd this go for you?
I have something I can send you that might help you understand what some of the BIG corporate companies put into their contracts. I actually have a copy of a contract between a current client & their old janitorial provider. If that would help you out let me know.
|10-22-2019 12:44 AM|
|10-22-2019 12:43 AM|
|10-10-2019 12:55 PM|
Just because he has 22 restaurants it does not mean that he is special. Maybe he had a great family. The way i see it, i think he needs you more than you need him. When you manage such big businesses, small things can break you down.At that level all business areas have to run smooth. So he or she, has to make sure that you are the man for the job. No superiority or nonsense, but a proper business meeting to see who you are.
Dont be shy. Dont play the victim. For him to be rich, he needs you to be efficient.
|10-12-2018 11:32 PM|
Amazing. Good luck to you.
|10-07-2018 01:52 AM|
Originally Posted by wkryba View Post
Anyhow, all the best to you!
|09-13-2018 06:02 PM|
|wkryba||No problem missannienow! All the luck is appreciated!|
|09-12-2018 07:35 AM|
|missannienow||Wow! Good for you. Wish I could help you but that is not my strong area. Good luck!|
|09-11-2018 08:21 AM|
Really big client! Help! Big proposal tips
Firstly I'd like to thank those that are interested in helping out and throwing in any input, all help is greatly appreciated.
I am curious as to how to structure a proposal and meeting with a new client which has 22 restaurants that need service. The relationship I have with them is very strong, however, I have never dealt with any client of this magnitude. Staffing won't be an issue, it's just having a strong contract in place. Should I include:
- time frame? (monthly vs term)
- client/service provider obligations
- competitive pricing structure over time? (start lower then work higher as the contract starts running smoothly)
- perhaps bring two proposals to the meeting? (one with supplies/equipment on the client AND/OR the other with supplies/equipment on the service provider)
I started my cleaning company a year ago, I have 11 clients and 8 part-time staff. We've managed to specialize in high-end luxury clientelle which is fantastic, however, I have a bit of an issue.... All of the clients I have currently are single store locations, aka very simple proposals. If anybody has any resources they could forward me to help out I would greatly appreciate it!