Bizwatch: High Country Solutions – Vail Valley organizer
Business Name: High Country Solutions: Professional Organizing Services in the Vail Valley.Date Opened: August, 2006.Owner: Ellen Galbraith.E-mail: email@example.com. Phone: 970-688-4822.What goods or services do you provide? High Country Solutions provides professional organizing services to businesses and individuals in the Vail Valley and surrounding areas. We work with people who want help overcoming a temporary or life-long challenge with organizing, be it in their home, workspace or daily schedule. What strategy do you use to differentiate yourself from your competition? Our rates are very competitive and significantly lower than organizers working in Denver. We also work with individuals affected by ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and are highly sensitive to the emotional challenges and stress inherent in the moving and organizing processes. What philosophy do you follow in dealing with your customers? What can your customers expect from you? High Country Solutions has been established through local, personal recommendations. We are completely confidential and have the resources to handle projects both large and small. Although High Country Solutions is passionate about organizing and efficiency, we are primarily concerned with finding solutions that work long-term for each client. Our coaching approach allows us the time to support our clients as they learn new skills and develop life-long habits. Tell us a little about your background, education and experience. High Country Solutions grew out of a love of organizing and a desire to help people live lighter and get things done. It has been molded into a company that applies patience, empathy, and kindness to help individuals overcome their organizational challenges. As the business owner, I take regular classes through the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization and have earned Certificates of Study in both Chronic Disorganization and ADHD. I also hold a bachelors degree in philosophy and am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? Throughout my organizing career, I have found missing money with nearly every client. I once found an envelope containing $1,600 cash in the back of a dresser drawer. The contents were my clients daughters entire childhood savings and had been missing since they relocated eight years prior. The scream was deafening when I pulled out the dusty envelope and calmly asked, Whats this?
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