With the economy the way it is, are you looking for work, additional income or a career change? Have you considered opening your own business in dog waste management? Pooper scooper businesses are booming for a reason: low start-up costs and high profit potential. People with professional careers are becoming busier and have less time to attend to menial tasks such as picking up dog poop.
Proper decisions in the early stages of starting a business can create a huge difference on the success of a new business. In a dog waste management service you have to consider; vehicle preparation, coverage area size, dog waste disposal, pricing, frequency of customer service, route planning, invoicing and billing, tools and techniques and weather conditions.
Starting a Pooper Scooper Business is a step by step manual that details every part of starting a pooper scooper service. Included are; acquiring permits, setting up business phone numbers and bank accounts, creating company policies, necessary tools and supplies, tool cleaning and personal protection, how to present yourself at the customer's location, scooping techniques and information on hiring employees.
Owning the company does not necessarily mean you have to service the customers personally. You will need someone in the office to do the bookkeeping, answer the phone, set up new customers and routes and make out the paychecks. Happy Scooping.
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