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Hello All

Im Guy and I have been working for a landscaping company for 4 years now mainly doing domestic garden maintenance....

However , in the past few months my boss has decided he wants to branch out into commercial work, and has decided to put me in charge of getting things going...

We already have a contract for a couple of care homes but we would like more if possible..... 

As you can see we have updated our website with a "commercial" section, and have emailed our current residential clientbase  asking them politely to pass our name on to any business that requires work....

There is also a website that offers tenders when available, which i am monitoring.....and we are also awaiting leaflets to be printed to hand out.....

Is there anything I am missing? or is it just a case of a waiting game? 

any info from you guys would be very much appreciated, many thanks....

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  • Hi Guy
    There is a few options with commercial if you email me we can chat there Chris. blades303@btinternet.com
  • PRO

    I am trying to break into   the commercial work with limited success picked up a few but lost out on a lot  more 

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