Concord, N.C. (PRWEB) April 24, 2014
Kimberly Bartnik was in the financial industry for 25 years before she decided that enough was enough.
"I felt like all of my efforts were being utilized for the benefit of the CEO," said Bartnik. "I really wanted to be able to own my business."
In her previous career, she had a variety of positions: Quality Manager, Training Manager, Call Center Director, Training Consultant, and Process Improvement Manager. This versatility equipped her with the skills she needed to run her own business.
She chose to purchase a residential cleaning business, The Maids, and the Vice President of Franchise Development there recommended the services of Guidant Financial, which helped her roll retirement funds to reach the desired capital needed to start her franchise.
"[Working with Guidant was] extremely easy," said Bartnik. I was able to get step-by-step instructions for how to use my retirement [funds] for startup purposes."
Now, she enjoys being her own boss, and spending time with her four children. She also likes to read, crochet and sail in her spare time.
Bartnik's enthusiasm for her new role is infectious, "I would encourage anyone who has a business background and would like to be the owner of a small business to do so. You only live once!"
The Maids of Concord are located at 306 Church St N in Concord. To request an estimate, call (704) 793-1982 or email Kimberly(at)themaidsofconcordnc(dot)com.
About The Maids
The Maids, founded in 1979, is a leading residential cleaning company in the U.S. and Canada. The Maids is a quality leader among the many cleaning companies in the industry, with more than 160 franchise owners serving over 90 major U.S. and Canadian cities. The Maids offices can be found in over 42 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces. Visit them on the Web at maids.com.
About Guidant Financial
Guidant Financial is the premier provider of rollovers for business start-ups (ROBS). Guidant's services allow people from all walks of life the freedom to make time-sensitive investments using their retirement funds without taking a taxable distribution or getting a loan, in addition to offering traditional funding options such as SBA loans and unsecured credit. Visit Guidant on the Web at guidantfinancial.com.