5 Professional Organizing Business Success Stories [2024]

Updated: November 1st, 2023
Start A Professional Organizing Business

Are you interested in a side hustle business idea you can launch today? How about becoming a professional organizing consultant? You can teach others how to keep their spaces neatly organized if you have special organization skills.

Typically, a professional organizing business helps clients develop critical organizing skills through training. To start your business, you can create videos and share them on Instagram or other social media platforms.

To earn income from the organizing business, you can partner with promoters or introduce paid advertising opportunities.

Here are some real life success stories of starting a professional organizing business:

1. Arranged by Amber ($96K/year)

In 2018, Amber Barrett started her own professional organizing business after feeling burnt out from her 9-5 job. During her time as an organizer, she discovered Dubsado CRM and realized how much time and enjoyment it brought to her business. After setting up the system for multiple people, she decided to pivot and offer Dubsado setups full-time, which now averages $8,000/month in revenue, helping professional organizers implement business strategies and systems.

How much they make: $96K/year
How much did it cost to start: $2.5K
Current team size: 1


How I Make $8K/Month Helping Organizers Automate Their Business

Professional organizer turned system strategist boosts monthly sales to $8,000 by helping others in the industry implement business systems and through successful niche marketing on Instagram for Dubsado CRM setups.

Amber started Arranged by Amber over 5 years ago
Amber grew the business to $8K/month
It cost Amber $2500 to start the business
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2. Pretty Neat: An Organizational Solution ($120K/year)

Audra George came up with the idea for Pretty Neat after realizing the negative impact of a cluttered environment on our health and well-being. With a background in physical therapy and a natural talent for organization, she saw an opportunity to help others and started her organizing business as a side hustle. Through consistent hard work, learning, and building a legitimate brand, Pretty Neat grew 800% in its second year and has continued to grow every year since. The business now serves residential clients and has expanded to include a team of professionals. Word of mouth and positive reviews have been key to attracting and retaining customers, along with a well-designed website and help with SEO.

How much they make: $120K/year
How much did it cost to start: $500
Current team size: 1


How I Make $96K/Year Decluttering People's Homes

Pretty Neat, a service-based company that helps clients get their homes and spaces organized, grew 800% from year one to year two and continues to see growth through word of mouth, SEO, and consistency in service and communication.

Audra started Pretty Neat: An Organizational Solution about 6 years ago
Audra grew the business to $10K/month
It cost Audra $500 to start the business
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Learn more about starting a professional organizing business:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a professional organizing business?
-> Pros and cons of a professional organizing business

Need inspiration?

-> Examples of established professional organizing business
-> Marketing ideas for a professional organizing business

Other resources

-> Professional organizing business tips

3. Adam Enfroy ($1.2M/year)

How much they make: $1.2M/year
Current team size:


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Adam started Adam Enfroy over 5 years ago
Adam grew the business to $100K/month
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