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CrestClean business owners Dan Pariachi and Madhu Mala have scooped a major award at an annual event that recognises excellence in New Zealand’s franchise sector. The Dunedin couple are national winners in the Business Services category of the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards. It’s a remarkable achievement for the husbandFull Story
CrestClean is attracting a new generation of motivated professionals keen to have more control of their working lives. High-achievers who have bought a cleaning franchise have included accountants, software designers, solicitors and people working in banking. Caroline Wedding, CrestClean’s Auckland West Regional Manager, says the cleaning industry is fulfilling theFull Story
CrestClean has been officially recognised for its ongoing support of the New Zealand Principals’ Association. NZPF President Whetu Cormick presented CrestClean’s Managing Director Grant McLauchlan with a long service certificate in recognition of the decade long partnership between the two organisations. He chose the recent annual meeting of the NZPFFull Story
School children had a big surprise in store for Aznayne Ali and his wife Anjeline Sahayam when the couple arrived to hand out pizza prizes. The CrestClean business owners were at Palmerston North’s Milson School to present the Cleanest Classroom Award – a competition that rewards kids for being tidy.
Getting the keys to a place they can finally call home was a joy-filled moment for Randeep Singh and Kiran Kaur. The Timaru couple have joined hundreds of other CrestClean franchisees whose business has brought them financial freedom and the ability to become home owners. Randeep says taking possession of
It’s not just his cleaning that’s made him popular with staff and students at Wellington’s Scots College. His friendly approach and accommodating attitude is also where Deepesh Prasad shines, says Tania Steadman, the college’s Boarding House Matron. She says Deepesh has his work cut out ensuring bedrooms, living areas, bathrooms,
A CrestClean sponsored soccer team has not only won a prestigious tournament, its players picked up the award for being the best turned out team. The Western Flyers reigned supreme at the inter district championships, staged by the Christchurch Fiji Football and Social Association. The team’s manager, Kumaran Nair, says
CrestClean’s new business owners rose to the challenge when their floor cleaning skills were put to the test. They were attending an intensive training programme that leads to the Certificate in Commercial Cleaning. Floor care is one of the core units on the Module 1 course. The two day training
CrestClean’s Dunedin business owners celebrated Christmas with a buffet lunch at the Otago Golf Club. As well as a get together, the occasion included the presentation of annual awards. Top honours went to Amol Prakash and Leslie Anthony, who picked up the Franchise of the Year award. The couple, who
MP Mark Mitchell has paid tribute to CrestClean’s North Harbour teams, telling them that cleaners were often the unsung heroes of New Zealand workplaces. Mr Mitchell, the Member of Parliament for Rodney, was invited to attend a special afternoon tea to recognise the hard work and dedication of the
It’s not only the quality of his work that CrestClean business owner John Corboy is known for. His upbeat personality and friendly approach has also led to many positive comments from his customers. John is a familiar face at Dunedin-based shared business space company Petridish. Owners Jason and Kate Lindsey
When CrestClean’s Praneel Prasad heard that teachers and students at the school he looks after were planning to visit his homeland, he jumped at the chance to get involved. Although he couldn’t be there himself, Praneel arranged for the party from Hamilton Christian School to be met at the airport