Mail Processing

Income:

The range of income for the first year will depend on the size of the buildings and companies with whom you work. The larger they are, the easier it will  be for you to build a repetitive client base. One of the perks of a mail delivery service is that you won’t have to have a storefront location; this will help you keep your overhead costs down and establish your own hours.

Description:

You will need to set up mail receiving system. You will be sort and deliver the mail for each client. You might choose to start out with new office complexes. A lot of companies don’t have mail rooms, so you will act as their outsourced mail room. Your fee schedule for mail processing should be based at slightly less than they would pay for a full time employee.

Clients:

Your clients will consist of larger businesses. Your focus should be directed towards developing a close radius you’ll be able to cover easily. Then slowly expand so that you can pace your growth.

Marketing Plan:

Your marketing plan should be directed towards the larger companies as they’re moving into new buildings.

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