Simply Maid Expands Nationally in Bid to Cater to Growing Demand for House Cleaning Services

Local Sydney house cleaning company expands business operations to all Australian major cities including Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra.

Simply Maid, a house cleaning company based in Sydney have expanded their operations nation-wide with a firm goal of catering to the growing house cleaning demand across Australia.

The house cleaning company has invested heavily into all areas of the business to ensure that scalability isn’t an issue with increased demand. This includes investments into internal operations, sales and marketing, human resources and an extended house cleaning labour force in all major states.

Huy Hoang, Founder of Simply Maid has said “Our philosophy at Simply Maid is simple. We invest heavily in our employees as well as innovative technologies designed to identify and cater to meet the deepest needs of our customer base. We’ve heavily integrated smart automation tools such as Front and Zapier to streamline our business operations. This has allowed us to scale quickly and towards establishing ourselves as a nationally recognisable brand. To meet local demand, we now have cleaning teams in Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra. We believe Australia will continue to see heightened demand for innovative local services in the many years to come. Simply Maid will be here to meet that demand.”

“We believe that residents are very eager to fast adopt new innovative technologies and services or risk falling behind to the ones that do. They are willing to spend in order to get ahead and live lifestyles catered to them, not the other way around. We understand our market well which is why we’ve positioned our cleaning services to directly meet our customers' busy schedules and lifestyles,” said Mr Hoang.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics recorded that 2 of our 5 businesses were offering innovative services in the local market. Additionally, in June 2018, the unemployment rate was at its lowest in the past 5 years at just 5.4%, a decline of 0.2% from June the previous year.

Christopher Pyne, Industry, Innovation and Science Minister of Australia has said “The National Innovation and Science Agenda will transform Australia’s economy and will drive prosperity and competitiveness. The country’s future skills base would be shored up through a $99 million investment in programmes to boost digital literacy and skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) amongst young Australians.”

Mr Hoang has encouraged startup companies to embrace the new age of digital technology for the development of innovative services. He has pointed out that businesses should actively seek out business automation strategies to adapt to fast-evolving customer demands.

Contact Info:
Name: Caroline Nucifora
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Organization: Simply Maid
Address: Suite 125, 377 Kent Street, Seabridge House Sydney, NSW, 2000
Phone: 1300 009 363

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