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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
Demand for their homemade chicken dumplings saw CrestClean’s Prasun and Diksha Acharya rushed off their feet trying to keep up. It’s the second time Prasun, the company’s Taranaki Regional Manager, and his wife have run a food stall at the annual fundraiser for Spotswood Primary School in New Plymouth. TheFull Story
Permal Naidu’s passion for cleaning knows no bounds and he’s a stickler for detail. So it was no surprise when Permal was snapped giving his new van a finial wipe-over after he rolled up to show off the Nissan NV200 to CrestClean’s Waikato Regional Manager Nivitesh Kumar. He’d made anFull Story
CrestClean business owners attended a special training event to ensure they remain at the top of their game. The Skills Training and Development course was aimed to empower the Tauranga teams by acting as a refresher so they keep up to date with product innovations and the latest advances in
Do you believe in the cleaning fairies? Delighted staff members at Kidsfirst Kindergarten Maniototo certainly do. Just ask head teacher Debbie McNally what she thinks of the service provided by CrestClean’s Nathalie and Raymond Daniels. “They are excellent, and they are like cleaning fairies. I love them so much,” she
When it comes to street appeal, Michelle Maitland couldn’t be more delighted with the fresh new look that customers see when they visit her Auckland company. Michelle, who owns George Walkers Office Furniture Megastore, jumped at the chance to have a mini-makeover and tidy up outside the Avondale premises. The
A pizza prize was the incentive that kept these kids on track to win a tasty treat for having the tidiest classroom. The Methven Primary School youngsters impressed CrestClean’s Sandeep Kumar by ensuring their classroom was not left in a messy state at the end of each school day. The
She’s spent many years patiently waiting – but now she’s finally achieved her dream. For so long having her own business had remained beyond her reach for Rina Chand, who never ever gave up hope of one day being her own boss. Now, thanks to CrestClean, the former clothing industry
She was lost for words after a surprise win that has paved the way for her to attend the New Zealand Principals’ Federation conference in Wellington. Paula Sadgrove, principal of Mercer School, had just about forgotten she’d entered a CrestClean promotion when the company’s Auckland South Regional Manager Viky Narayan
It’s hardly surprising they are looking so proud of achieving top honours with CrestClean’s industry-leading training organisation. It signalled a milestone in training for the Taranaki business owners, who were recently presented with a Certificate in Commercial Cleaning after successful completing theory and practical assessments for modules 1 and 2.
Brisbane beckons for two business owners who said farewell to colleagues at a special lunch at CrestClean’s Palmerston North office. Jiji John and Renish Mathew are both heading across the ditch for a life in Australia with their families after three years as CrestClean franchise owners. Shareen Raj, CrestClean’s Palmerston
CrestClean’s Tauranga personnel have been encouraged to join the “next generation” of franchisees by ramping up the size of their business. Speaking at the region’s annual team meeting, the company’s Managing Director Grant McLauchlan said nationally there was a growing trend for larger businesses as more franchisees were seeing the