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What You Can Learn from a Company that Manages 12,000 Contractors

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

Today we get a peek inside a company that handles lawn care for 800,000 properties across the U.S.

And although few of us will ever build such a behemoth, trust us—you will learn a ton from this episode with TaskEasy CEO Ken Davis.

In it, you’ll hear how Ken started the company to solve his own biggest headache, why TaskEasy zeroed in on mowing lawns, and the biggest operations challenges the company faces as it services thousands of clients.

 

 

Also, Ken speaks to the importance of doing right by your very first customers before scaling, why ideas are a dime a dozen (execution—not so much), and how the right mentors can save you a fortune.

Ken also reveals his No. 1 tip on how to automate processes in your own business. So if you are looking to get more organized and think strategically about how your business is set up, download this episode and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss the next one!

 

Click here to listen on iTunes.

Listen to the full podcast and article at BiggerPockets Business Podcast

 

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BiggerPockets Business Podcast

Today we get a peek inside a company that handles lawn care for 800,000 properties across the U.S.

And although few of us will ever build such a behemoth, trust us—you will learn a ton from this episode with TaskEasy CEO Ken Davis.

In it, you’ll hear how Ken started the company to solve his own biggest headache, why TaskEasy zeroed in on mowing lawns, and the biggest operations challenges the company faces as it services thousands of clients.

 

 

Also, Ken speaks to the importance of doing right by your very first customers before scaling, why ideas are a dime a dozen (execution—not so much), and how the right mentors can save you a fortune.

Ken also reveals his No. 1 tip on how to automate processes in your own business. So if you are looking to get more organized and think strategically about how your business is set up, download this episode and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss the next one!

 

Click here to listen on iTunes.

Listen to the full podcast and article at BiggerPockets Business Podcast