View Full Version : Too early to set up work for next season?
I'm currently planning out next season. I work for a landscape company and i'm going on my own next year. First off i was planning on getting my foot in the door with Lawn care (grass cutting etc). My goal is to get 60 residential and one commercial. My question is , is it to early to contact the Management company to submit a bid for next year? I was thinking about regersting my name and getting Liabiltly insurance now to prove i'm real. What do you guys think?
05-29-2006, 09:29 PM
The only problem that I can see is if they want you to start this year, then you are kind of stuck. But if you are going to submit a bid make sure to tell them that it's for next year. I personally would probably just start by sticking a bug in their ear about you, and then around September really start hard on getting people.
05-30-2006, 01:35 PM
It's never too early to get started getting new clients. I think it is a lot easier to build a business based on residential clients first and later spread out to commercial ones.
If you want to get commercial clients for next season, I would go out now and ask who is in charge of property maintenance and ask them when they accept bids. It's better to be early than late.
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