Josh RoyersSales Representative
- Business transformation
- Restructuring and turnaround
- Growth strategy
- M&A transaction support
- Coming Soon!
Josh Royer joined our team in 2017 to facilitate the expansion of Easyklean throughout California. Josh began his sales and service career in elementary school when he figured out that kids would trade money for candy. His sense of entrepreneurship led him to opening his own landscaping company when he was 12 that carried on until he went to The Ohio State University. While getting his undergraduate and graduate degrees, he started his own personal training business to pay for his college costs. His networking abilities in college led him to opening his own franchised pizza store in California right after graduation.
Since graduating college Josh has owned start up companies varying from credit repair, a finance company, a real estate company as well as a car rental company. While owning these businesses Josh has also worked for 2 Fortune 500 companies that really helped him hone his skills at providing excellent service for a product or serviced based industry. In this time Josh has been able to weed out the companies that strictly exist to make a profit without providing outstanding service.
Josh’s decision to join Easyklean was based on his desire to help a corporation grow. When he was introduced to the Easyklean brand, he was intrigued with the success this company attained in the UK, and was ready for the challenge to introduce Americans to something we need here. As with any company Josh stands behind, heis ready to help local and national companies experience exemplary service all while saving them money on a necessary service that will benefit and impress their employees and clientele.
Easyklean believes it is at the forefront of changing and moving the cleaning industry forward and with the times in an effort to provide our customer a much better service and would be happy to show you the difference.
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