Gregory states that according to Encarta Dictionary, the word "stimulus" is a noun denoting incentive. According to this definition, we need to get busy beginning a process of something, increasing a process of something or developing a process of something.
He notes that we have to do what the cleaning industry has always done in these times, and that is move forward.
Gregory adds that economic downturns are a cycle of business that are repeated over and over again, and the savvy company leaders recognize this cycle and adjust the sales plan to focus more on cost savings for our customers.
According to Gregory, we can help make necessary and temporary adjustments in the cleaning plan through controlling staff and organizing our efforts for the betterment of our company and our customers.
If you are looking for different ideas to foster these types of relationships with clients, contact Dane Gregory. Dane is a business consultant and trainer specializing in working with companies in the professional cleaning industry. He currently trains technicians in the use of cleaning protocols for stone, tile and masonry surfaces for IICRC Certification. He also presents a business opportunity for newcomers in the cleaning industry in the care of ceramic tile, stone and grout, with a full equipment and training package. He can be contacted at email@example.com, where you will find a safety program template that can be purchased or contacted at www.tilecarebusiness.com.
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