The April 2015 issue of Cleaning Business Today launches our "Best of" Awards. Readers are invited to vote on their favorite cleaning products. Other articles: how to work smarter with app-based marketing, how to choose a business coach or consultant, and business as a contact sport.
Cleaning Business Today for February 2014 focuses on how to find and keep good employees. Our cover story is an interview with Alison Palmer, owner of Custom Maid and president of ARCSI.
The March 2015 issue of Cleaning Business Today focuses on leadership The cover features Amy Thomas of Eastside Housecleaning. She and several dozen cleaning business owners gathered in Charleston, SC for a week-long Foundations of Success event presented by Cleaning Business Builders.
The February 2015 issue of Cleaning Business Today takes an in-depth look at Marketing ROI. The cover features Joe Walsh, owner of Green Clean Maine, standing with a new Chevy Volt. Investing in a fleet of electric vehicles will yield a good return on investment, both for Joe's business and for the environment.
The Cleaning Business Today cover for June 2015 highlights the importance of social media with our feature article on "3 Ways You're Doing Facebook All Wrong!" This issue continues the technology theme with results of our survey on your favorite cleaning business software.
The May 2015 issue of Cleaning Business Today takes an in-depth look at business growth, with articles on adding services, customer retention, and training of new employees. Our May cover features Sara Martin, whose company, phClean, has enjoyed exceptional growth and captured a dominant share of the market in her city.Read how she "outshines the competition. Plus see our readers' picks of favorite cleaning products in the first round of our "Best of" Awards.
In the spirit of Halloween, the October cover of Cleaning Business Today looks spooky. The theme for this issue, however, making big changes to your business, doesn't have to scare you. CBT's business experts provide plenty of tricks and treats to guide you the through dark nights of transition.
The January 2015 issue of Cleaning Business Today explores employee training. With increased competition in the residential cleaning industry, an extensive program to train your employees, both in how to clean and how to behave professionally, can provide a competitive advantage.
The December 2014 issue of Cleaning Business Today examines the critical issue of business planning. Featured on the cover: Derek Christian and Liz Trotter, at ISSA/Interclean 2014 in Orlando. who Derek and Liz spoke to a standing-room-only crowd about employee engagement.