Two Franklin-based businesses merge to help clients "find a fresh start"
By: Its Arranged
The merger also brings together solopreneurs Amy Delaplain and Cynthia Lindsey, both of whom worked in corporate settings before founding their own companies. As businesses were shutting down around them and residents ordered to stay home due to COVID-19, the two women were planning and developing an ethos around the mission and vision for Its Arranged. The timing of the launch is perfect as businesses begin to reopen. The down time allowed them to see exactly how important it is to create a comfortable home life.
"With all of us in our houses during this pandemic, we were all forced to confront our 'things,'" Delaplain said. Some peopled used that time to begin reorganizing. Others realized they needed to create a better system for their homes and family lives. Its Arranged is poised to step in and help with that process.
The life and home organization concept comes out of the two women's desire to share their love of organization and creating calm, peaceful environments for clients.
"We want to help people bring things back to the basics, … which is simplifying your life, finding calm in your surroundings and eliminating things and thoughts that are scattered and manic," said Cynthia Lindsey, who started Organizing Ease 14 years ago. "We work with people to organize their homes and their lives. We can come in during times like a home move, when things can really become chaotic, and bring order to the process."
"Its Arranged offers home and life management, professional organizing and move management executed with years of strong project management experience. The team is ready to take new clients and continue working with the clients who have supported Organizing Ease and PO615.
Two Roads Communications Barbara Esteves-Moore