Laying down the paper

Discussion in 'Managing Your Business' started by TommoTrueShineWCS, Jul 21, 2016.

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  1. TommoTrueShineWCS

    TommoTrueShineWCS Active Member
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    I've had a few new commercial jobs and am making the change from paperless bucket and ladder man to a more organised and to be fair, proper way of handling things. having new work from large companies due to good recommendations on my service on a commercial level. I see this as a blessing and I'm stepping right up to the plate.

    A formal quote template and a headed invoice are my first two tasks to get made, any tips would be appreciated as I'm popping cherries here.

    After that i'll be looking to get some risk assessment/method statement templates set up.

    And after that, contract templates.

    There is more to window cleaning than just getting wet...
     
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  2. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    I'm not that great with all this but I find 'invoice to go 'quick and easy
     
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  3. TommoTrueShineWCS

    TommoTrueShineWCS Active Member
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    thankyou mate.
    clicked it up on google, thought to myself... "oh no, paid service" then saw three quid a year... fair shout thats cheap.
     
  4. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    I'm not sure what's going on with the charges
    It was free for A year or two then I had to pay £60 or something !!! It works well tho
     
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