A lot of startups hit the grow running. People become interested in the idea that entrepreneurs have brought to the table and companies grow. This doesn’t always mean that profits are instant though. Handy.com is a prime example of this. When Oisin Hanrahan and Umang Dua had the idea to start this business it was certain that they felt good about this idea. People were excited about this business, but it takes a lot for a startup to get off the ground. That is why profits were slow.
It would take expansion and quality work in order to build a profitable revenue stream. Fortunately, this is exactly what this company had. The money back guarantee has made the workers so much more conscious of the work that they were doing. These workers have been performing tasks with a great amount of enthusiasm and professionalism. Owners Oisin and Umang knew that they would be able to attract homeowners that were interested in getting their homes cleaned, but they also know that expansion would require more than this. In order to enter the profit realm, they knew that they had to put some time into acquiring workers that would have skills in more than cleaning.
The challenge to find workers that could clean and do others things like mount televisions, hang pictures, paint and hang ceiling fans – along with passing background checks – would prove to be a tedious task. Luckily, this would still be a profitable venture because they did not have to train the employees. When they hire people that already have the skills it is easier for send out thousands of workers quicker. This is what is helping the Handy organization move into the area of making profits. There are thousands of workers hired that are increasing profit margins.