OpenWorks, a Nationwide Provider of Franchise Commercial Cleaning Services, Announces New Office in Nashville
January 25, 2018 // Franchising.com // NASHVILLE - OpenWorks announced today that it has opened its first Nashville office, supporting an expanding regional client base in the southeastern United States.
The company is primed and ready to service new clients in the area, with one of its current account executives having undergone an internal transfer to the Nashville region. The company is now currently working to recruit a talented Regional Director to oversee accounts.
“OpenWorks is immensely proud of our relationship with the south east, and our growing relationship with Nashville. I look forward to ways in which we can continue to expand, and develop our outsourced facility cleaning solutions across a variety of industries within this market.” says Eric Roudi, CEO of OpenWorks.
OpenWorks’ new Nashville office marks itself as the company’s ninth consecutive expansion into a new market in 2017, having been confirmed just before the new year. The company is showing no signs of slowing down either, as they plan to open another eight markets this year.
“We can’t wait to see what 2018 has in store for OpenWorks,” continued Roudi.
OpenWorks operates nationwide, cleaning more than 2,500 facilities and 30 million square feet of space daily. Its expansion into Nashville marks the opening of the company’s 20th office location, with plans to hire additional staff and bring on board at least three new franchise owners this quarter.
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OpenWorks is guided by a simple philosophy: a cleaner, safer and healthier environment means a more productive workplace. As one of the country’s leading integrated facility services franchises serving more than 2,500 facilities, OpenWorks offers integrated facility services through highly reputable local Preferred Partners and Franchisees. Since opening its doors in Phoenix, Ariz., in 1983, the company has grown to include 415 franchise locations in markets across the country.