16 How to Write House Maid Service Business Plan in Nigeria

House Maid Service Business Plan: Owning a maid service requires much more thought.

And planning than just buying some cleaning supplies.

Designing a business plan will help you think of all the different steps.

You should take to build a strong foundation for your business.

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House Maid Service Business Plan

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1. BUSINESS PLAN (PITCH):

So much of the cleaning industry is based on customer service.

If your clients don’t trust you, they won’t feel comfortable allowing you into their homes.

  • Consider special incentives you can offer to your most loyal clients.
  • You could start a referral program where your clients get 10% off if they refer your services to a friend or family member.

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2. Service background

 Background life in Nigeria and other countries is getting busy.

People spend less time in their home and more at work place.

Also the trend of nuclear family is catching in the city areas.

For these reasons, city people are finding it difficult to manage timing between household chores and working life.

With this in mind, the company “House Maid Service” should provide the helping hand.

To those who are seeking helpers/maids who can assist them in managing their domestic tasks.

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The clients can use any or all services provided by the company as per their need.

The company should offer its services to everyone ranging from young professionals.

Elderly, busy working mums, and to disabled people.

In helping them to carryout day to day cleaning is being professionally taken care of.

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House Maid Service Business Plan

3. Mission Statements

Mission To provide the customer with all residential cleaning services in an environmentally sound.

Completely trustworthy, and professional manner.

When you adhere to this maxim, everything else will fall into place.

Your services will exceed the expectations of your customers.

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House Maid Service Business Plan

4.  PRODUCT POSITIONING

To do this, describe your business and identify the marketplace needs for your product or service. Briefly describe your key customers and how you intend to succeed.

5. “ ▫ Leveraging the competitive edge. ▫ Delivering quality service. ▫ Professionalism. ▫ Bond of trust. 6

6.S.W.O.T. ANALYSES

7.COMPETITION ▫ Price/ Quality dimension ▫ Direct Competitors ▫ Indirect Competitors

8.SERVICES PROVIDED ▫ House Cleaning ▫ Dish Washing ▫ Cloth Washing ▫ Babysitting ▫ Car Washing

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9.OPERATIONS

10.FINANCIALS

11.Pricing Structure Package I : 2,699 (Brooming, Sweeping, Utensils wash) Package II : 3,899 (Package I + Cloth wash) Package III : 5,399 (Package II + Gardening) Package IV : 5,399 (Package II + Car washing) Package V : 6,899 (Package III + Baby sitting) Grand Pack : 9,899 ( Package I,II + Gardening + Car washing + Baby sitting + Cooking) Extra Charges Registration + Kit : 2,999 2BHK : Free 3BHK : 499 Duplex: 999

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House Maid Service Business Plan

12.Cost Company registration & Govt. formalities : 20,000 Office setup : 2,00,000 Operations cost : 48,000 Extras : 32,000 pm Salary 1 Employee(Maid) : 5,000 pm 10 Employee(Maid) : 10*5,000 = 50,000 pm Total cost : Salary+ Extras+ Operations cost+ Office setup+ Company registration = 3,50,000

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House Maid Service Business Plan

13. Month One Total investment = 5,00,000 Total cost = (3,50,000) Money left at the end of month one = 1,50,000 Month Two Money left after month one = 1,50,000 Extras+Salary = (82,000) Money left at the end of month two = 68,000 Month Three Money left after month two = 68,000 Extras+Salary = (82,000) Money left at the end of month three = (14,000)

House Maid Service Business Plan

14. We started our services in the initials of fourth month taking 30 clients who subscribed our services. 30 clients subscribed Package I for 2BHK, 30*(2,700+3,000) = 1,71,000 Month Four Money left after month three = (14,000) Extras+Salary = (82,000) 30 clients subscribed Package I for 2BHK = 1,71,000 Money left at the end of month four = 75,000*** After four months, break event point is achieved and revenue is generated.

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House Maid Service Business Plan

15. Future Plan Maid4u plans to serve other segments of the market especially the following ones: ▫ Private organizations and public corporations which usually need cleaning service. ▫ Colleges and schools which need cleaning and food preparation service. ▫ Kindergartens which need care taker service. To serve these new segments the company will hire additional employees in management and as well as hire additional maids. Provide training to maids according to the need of new clients.

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16. Write your market analysis.

The purpose of this section is explore and demonstrate knowledge of the market your business is operating within.

  • Include information about your target market.
  • You should be able to answer questions like, who is your target market?
  • What are their needs and preferences?
  • How old are they, and where are they located?
  • Make sure to include a competitive analysis that provides research and information on immediate competitors. List your main competitors strengths and weaknesses and the potential impact on your business.
  • This section is extremely important, as it outlines how your business will gain market share by capitalizing on competitor’s weaknesses.


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