The professional organizing industry is growing. People want to take control of their lives. They want to conquer the clutter and manage their time. But with more work and less free time than ever, they need help.
More people are turning to professional organizers. And that means more business opportunities. The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) is proud to help members gain the organizational and business knowledge they need to succeed.
What Professional Organizers Do
Professional organizers combine tested principles with expertise to help our clients improve their lives. We work in homes and businesses. We teach organizing skills and design systems tailored to our clients’ needs. We help people take charge of their surroundings, their time, their paper piles and their lives!
A professional organizer can:
A professional organizer can help a business increase productivity and profitability. The right tools and systems can improve filing and storage of paper and electronic data; organize spaces and work flow, and even help with employee time-management.
Some professional organizers work with specific populations such as those with Attention Deficit Disorder, the chronically disorganized, children, seniors or students. You can find a complete list of organizing services in our Professional Organizer Directory.
Who are Professional Organizers?
Professional organizers come from a variety of backgrounds. Some have worked in the corporate world, some are changing careers, and others chose professional organizing as their first career. Some professional organizers focus only on the residential market, others focus businesses.
All professional organizers share some important abilities. A professional organizer knows how to:
NAPO Seattle Area Chapter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organizations, and contributions are tax-deductible. Your contribution will support education and community outreach programs.
NAPO Seattle Area Vision
NAPO Seattle Area is the source of education and services for professional organizers and the public in Washington State, dedicated to enhancing the quality of people’s lives.
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