Executive Business Maintenance Franchise
Looking to clean up in business without getting your hands dirty? Well, Executive Business Maintenance Franchise (EBM) is the franchise for you.
Inactive Franchise Profile — Executive Business Maintenance Franchise
Based on our research, this is no longer an active franchise opportunity. Please contact us if franchises are still available.
Executive Business Maintenance is not another janitorial company. EBM is a sales, marketing and customer service provider to businesses and janitorial companies.
The EBM uses sales and marketing strategies to target companies that require janitorial and maintenance services. Then, they design a customized maintenance program to meet the client's needs and match the client to one of the highly-qualified janitorial firms from their pool of service professionals. Best of all, EBM helps franchise owners build their own businesses.
The Executive Business Maintenance franchise program gives you the opportunity to be your own boss with a qualified and caring team to back you up. The services you sell and coordinate are part of a huge market for commercial cleaning. EBM is looking for dedicated individuals to assist them in taking the EBM concept to the next level. They are sure you will find the work to be rewarding, professional, and worthwhile.
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Sorry. Based on our research, Executive Business Maintenance Franchise is no longer offering franchise opportunities. Learn more about why we classify a franchise opportunity as inactive.
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