Business should be between people, rather than companies, because it’s damned hard to make friends with a logo
Since our founding, we’ve worked with clients all around the world … no small feat considering for most of the time Greenman was just a single person living in the middle of nowhere. We work primarily through email, but have since graduated to text messaging, video conferencing and of course, the telephone.
This works fine for us as basically we’re introverts, and we can appear somewhat social from a distance. More important though, is you have everything we say in writing, so if you need to refer back to it to remember how something is done, or why we did it in the first place, you can. There’s a lot to learn and it’s hard to digest things all at once.
But we can clean up and meet in person if the situation calls for it. As noted, no matter who you’re working with here, we’re not exactly centrally located. Feel free to contact us about setting up a meeting. We like to travel.
The more we know about your business and what you want to do, the better we do. We have a genuine interest in people’s ideas and dreams, and love learning about them. There aren’t a lot of hands touching a project at Greenman, and the ones that are truly have your best interest in mind.
So fill our heads with detail if you want. You’ll get better results.
We’ll do our best, and we’ll do what we say we’ll do. We’ll tell you before we do anything what we’re going to do, and if at the end of the project you don’t think we’ve done it, we keep working till you do. Or you don’t pay.
We don’t use them. We believe in trust. You have our guarantee above. Someday we might need to, and if you insist, we’ll sign one. But for now, we still have faith in humanity. In the almost ten years of Greenman’s existence, it’s not let us down yet.
We ask for 50% up front, which is refundable if we just don’t get on together.
Payments can be made by check or PayPal, Dwolla or about anything else you want us to signup for. Cash works too. Occasionally trade. It never hurts to ask.