Junk Removal Business Plan
A Junk Removal Business Plan is necessary for a success debris hauling business. You don’t have to write a 30 page business plan for your start up, but a 1 or 2 page plan makes a difference.
For a startup, your plan should include:
- who are my clients
- where can I find them
- how much will they pay me
- how much does it cost me to get paid
- when will I will be paid and how
- how will I deliver my products/services
- and finally: what insurance and license do I need
Who are my clients
Welcome to business 101, if you don’t have a client, you don’t have a business. Therefore, you must describe your clients. Think about who your ideal clients are. Currently, in April 2017, my ideal junk removal clients are construction companies. They are slammed with works, so they need your help and they can pay well. A typical construction company has 3-4 jobs on going at the same time, and each job needs 1-2 picks up a week. You only need to land 2-3 construction companies to have a continuous stream of works.
Where can I find my ideal junk hauling clients?
It is all about marketing. Your ideal clients need your services, but they do not come to you by themselves. You must do marketing, and a well-planned marketing strategy gives great return. Construction contractors are too busy to look around. One strategy is to show up right away where contractors look. If a contractor needs a debris pickup, he searches for a local junk removal company on Google. If your company shows up on the first page, the client calls you, and you get the job. Of course, to get to first page on Google, you have to do work SEO work, or pay a marketer to do it for you.
As a result, write down in your junk removal business or dump truck business plan a marketing strategy, how much it will cost, and how much return do you expect.