Ilios Digital

Training for Professional Organizers

Starting a Successful Organizing Business

Do you need help with the business part of your professional organizing business?
Are you ready to see clients, but not sure what to do when they actually call?
Do you want to find clients that aren't friends and family?

Join us for an exciting four-hour interactive workshop that covers

  • Pricing - how and why and what really doesn't work
  • Client Intake - what questions you should ask and client red flags
  • Working with Clients - supplies you need, forms you can use, dealing with difficult clients
  • Marketing - how to find your ideal client, what you are saying with your branding, networking and other marketing tips
  • Growth - how many clients is full time, should you specialize, when to increase your prices
  • and more!

You will leave with a list of action items for moving your business forward, an understanding of your ideal client, examples of pricing and forms, and increased confidence in your ability to run a successful professional organizing business.

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It could be!
During this course there is some focus on the basics of starting a business. We also spend a significant part of the course talking about important aspects of a professional organizing business such as pricing, scheduling, and finding your clients.
This course will be most effective for organizers in their first year of business. If you are just getting ready or just getting started, there is something in this course for you!

All courses are held at the Hera Hub Co-Working space in Mission Valley.
8885 Rio San Diego Drive #237
San Diego, CA 92108
The course is 4 hours in length, $73 paid at the time of registration.

Everyone's business is different, so what to charge will be unique to each business.
In this course we will talk about pricing, forms, and process. We'll give examples and recommendations, but it will be up to you to make the best decision for your business.

I've been where you are. Figuring out how to start a business requires a lot of trial and error. As a veteran organizer, I've had to answer these questions and find out the hard way what works and what doesn't work. In my years of business I have tried multiple pricing plans, business models, and re-branding. I continue to learn from other professionals about better business models and decisions
Because there is no single way to run a professional organizing business, during this course I bring in another veteran organizer who can offer their special expertise and experience.