Study and work go hand-in-hand
Law graduate Anne McKibben-Singh is a shining example of how work and study can go hand-in-hand while being a CrestClean Franchisee.
While law might seem a daunting subject for many, Anne found plenty of time for her studies at the University of Otago while helping her husband run their Dunedin CrestClean business.
Anne completed a law and philosophy degree and has now set her sights on becoming a lawyer. In the meantime she is helping her husband Happy Singh with his new CrestClean Franchise in Nelson.
The couple left Dunedin after 18 months with CrestClean.
It was an emotional time for CrestClean Dunedin colleagues and friends of the couple as Anne and Happy said farewell to Dunedin for pastures new in Nelson.
CrestClean’s Otago Regional Manager Nicky Kramers said Anne and Happy had provided exceptional service to their Dunedin customers.
“Their cleaning was as good as everyone else’s but it was their personal skills and service delivery that was exceptional.”
The popular couple would be missed by many, Nicky added.
“They were really involved in their local community. Happy and Anne were an absolute pleasure and will be greatly missed by their clients and all the Dunedin Team. We wish them all the very best for the future.”
Although the couple have only been in Nelson for a short time, Happy’s work has already caught the eye of Nelson Regional Manager Barbara de Vries.
“He is very particular and has a high quality of work with a great attention to detail. He has a brilliant attitude to work.
“His windows are sparkling and you know that if something shines he’ll make it really shine.”