Jan-Pro looking to expand in Bellevue

Spencer Jacobs, a local established businessman, recently took over the Puget Sound Jan-Pro in Lakewood. Having a strong background in business development, management and working with independent contractors, Jacobs is leveraging his business strengths to capitalize on the larger economic growth throughout the greater Seattle and Eastside areas, including Bellevue.

Jacobs projected the need for a large commercial cleaning company to service the many buildings that are continuously being constructed. Aside from assisting in the development of the Jan-Pro company in general, this growth will also allow for an abundance of new jobs in the market.

Jan-Pro’s franchise system is organized so that a master owner, in this case Jacobs, owns a territory and then finds franchisees to open their own businesses. This structure alleviates the high financial burden of opening a franchise for those looking to be franchisees, providing a great business opportunity for people with limited capital to invest.

Bellevue is an area that Jacobs and Jan-Pro are keen to expand in to offer high quality janitorial services to all commercial companies. As well as a strong franchise opportunity for all aspiring entrepreneurs.

For more information, visit jan-pro.com/pugetsound

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