Lauren Alsup, Twin Cities, Professional Organizer
Twin Cities get NEAT

Female Founder Collective

We are thrilled to announce that we were invited to be a part of the Female Founder Collective.

If you’re not familiar – the Female Founder Collective is a network of businesses led by women, supporting women. Their mission is to enable and empower female owned and led businesses to positively impact our communities, both socially and economically.

NEAT Method began when founders, ASHLEY MURPHY and MOLLY GRAVES met while shopping in San Francisco.  They became instant FRIENDS and discovered their mutual affinity for creating clutter-free and ORGANIZED spaces within their homes.

Over glasses of vino, they discussed what this mutual passion could look like as a BUSINESS. These career driven women were determined to HELP people find a new appreciation for an organized life.

NEAT Method was therefore developed to bring a FRESH new face to the organizing industry.

Once they realized the impact this method had, the time was right for NEAT to open its doors across the COUNTRY. This once small idea is now a MULTI-CITY business with expansion opportunities available to others who revel in folding, filing, and color-coding. As NEAT grows, the core VALUE of the company will remain – helping others live NEAT.

From just a two women operation – NEAT has grown to a business of 50+ strong independent entrepreneurs around the country.

Our ladies are: entrepreneurs, sisters, wives, mothers, aunts, and strong independent women.

We are thrilled to be a part of the Female Founder Collective!

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