Special events is an industry that has grown exponentially over the past decade and continues to grow each year. According to EventForte, there are over 10 million meetings and events held annually internationally, and the amount of money spent on events every year is over $565 billion. The work is definitely out there if you’re […]
Due to the current global pandemic, housing situations for many people are changing daily. Many workers are losing their jobs and having to downsize homes, while others are taking advantage of the low interest rates and purchasing new homes. It’s a buyer’s market right now, and if you’re in the moving industry, that’s great news […]
The last few months have been a challenge for home service providers. As phased reopenings are happening around the country, this is a critical time to be rebuilding your business. There are clear opportunities and challenges at this moment. Finding the right approach could mean the difference between turning this year around or continuing to […]
Hazard cleaning companies are currently in high demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of March 21, 2020, the CDC (Center for Disease Control) began recommending that businesses take action. From implementing remote work policies to having offices deep cleaned, companies needed to respond to the pandemic quickly and effectively.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, staying safe in the service industry is of vital importance. Not only are service workers at risk for contracting the virus, but they’re also at risk of spreading it if they work while sick (even as asymptomatic carriers). Here are the must-know tips for how to protect yourself and others.
Deeds be Done recognizes the challenging times that COVID-19 presents specifically to the home services business. With the outbreak of COVID-19, home service businesses are among the companies that were largely impacted. Although convenient and efficient, in terms of person-to-person contact, there are risk to both the client and the provider when performing certain services. As a result, small businesses, solopreneurs, and side hustlers have been hit very hard.