With the help of Mission Providence, Fatmata and Mohamed Sylla started their cleaning business out of a frustration with other “dodgy” cleaning companies, and their own enjoyment in providing a high quality cleaning service. Based on this commitment to quality, Sylla Cleaning has developed a strong reputation for excellence in only a short period of time.
In addition to providing a broad range of cleaning services including home, office, end-of-lease and construction, Sylla Cleaning have also recently been accepted as an approved NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) provider.
As an NDIS provider, Sylla Cleaning can access the NDIS system and potentially reach up to 17,300 people with disability.
Sylla Cleaning can provide these people with direct cleaning and maintenance services. They can also teach, motivate and encourage people with disability to clean their own home.
Bettina Mitchell, NEIS National Operations Manager for Mission Providence commended Sylla Cleaning on their proactive approach to growing their business.
“Simply by modifying their service offering, Sylla Cleaning has positioned itself perfectly to attract more business,” Bettina said. “This is a fantastic achievement for a business that has only been running for a short period of time, and also a testament to Sylla Cleaning’s high quality standards. The NDIS only accepts providers that provide the highest quality services.”
Over 460,000 Australians will access the NDIS system over the next few years, creating a $22 billion dollar market. This provides an opportunity to create thousands of new jobs and businesses across the country.
“What’s best is Fatmata and Mohamed’s attitude to this opportunity,” Bettina said. “They genuinely love working with people, and want to empower their clients with disability to take greater control of their lives.”
For more information about Sylla Cleaning, please visit their website at www.syllacleaning.com.au