Women will change the World: Stacey Barrass, Goddess Cleaning Group
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In this week’s episode of ‘Women will change the world’ TV Peace Mitchell will chat with Stacey Barrass, founder of Goddess Cleaning Group. Goddess Cleaning Group was founded by busy solo parent Stacey Barrass. After becoming a single mum more than 8 years ago, Stacey attempted to find cleaning work on a part-time basis. Finding it extremely difficult for cleaning businesses to accept her offer of 3 days per week she decided that she would take her attention to detail, strong work ethic and can do attitude to clients directly. Using her Human Resources and Executive Administration background, Stacey has drawn together a professional team who share her vision and approach to bring you a quality cleaning service focussed solely on you and your requirements.
Domestic violence continues to be one of Australia's biggest problems. In this week's show Peace Mitchell talks to Stacey Barrass, an entrepreneur who is playing her part in helping transform victims into survivors by empowering them with the confidence they need to start again through her business Goddess Cleaning Group
Posted by Women's Business School on Wednesday, 4 July 2018
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