Thirteen might be considered an unlucky number for some, but for Auckland East franchisees Geeta and Anand Sharma, 13 years with CrestClean has brought them nothing but prosperity and success. Having grown their business, they are now the proud owners of a beautiful, six-bedroom home, two rental properties and two
Food and ideas were shared by North Harbour franchisees at a recent social gathering aimed at building relationships between the business owners. “With a franchise, you’ve got your own business and you hardly get a chance to interact with each other,” says CrestClean’s North Harbour Regional Manager Neil Kumar. “It’s
CrestClean was proud to support close to 200 school leaders at two professional development days in Auckland recently. Auckland West Regional Manager Caro Wedding and North Harbour Regional Manager Neil Kumar joined forces to co-sponsor the Waitakere Area Principals Association’s (WAPA) Leadership Day and the North Shore Principals Association’s (NSPA)
When Uraura Unaia was looking for a business opportunity to support his family, he turned to his father-in-law Francis Nawaia for advice. As a successful CrestClean franchisee, Francise knew just which direction to steer him in! He introduced Uraura to CrestClean, and soon he was following in his footsteps! Recently
When Richard Chand left Auckland for a new life in Invercargill, he wondered what he was getting himself into. “I didn’t know anyone. When I got to the airport, I didn’t even have a place to stay,” says Richard. But now, with a family, three properties and an accounting degree,
They say good things come in threes and that is certainly true for Nelson franchisees Maunghla Pan and Mu Ban Peh. The couple were awarded three Certificates of Excellence in a month, for their ‘excellent customer care and quality of work’ at the kindergarten and two schools that they clean.
What do CrestClean’s John Salele and All Black great Sid Going have in common? Answer: They both played for Northland’s Mid Northern Rugby Club. And, while John hasn’t gone on to be an All Black, he is heading towards great things. John bought a franchise in Kerikeri last month and
When the time came for Razim Mohammad to stand on his own two feet, it was his parents’ footsteps he followed in. After helping them in their CrestClean business for seven years, he decided to buy a franchise of his own — and six months later he has more than
Khua Zanniat was just 17 when he lost his arm in a workplace accident in Malaysia. With no government assistance and little hope of finding a job to support himself, he faced a bleak future. But, 10 years later, having moved to New Zealand as a refugee, he owns his
CrestClean’s Financial Controller Sharon Churchill has held finance and accounting roles for more than 20 years — and now she has the initials after her name to prove it. Sharon is officially an ‘Accounting Technician’ after receiving the internationally recognised qualification from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ).
Existing relationships were strengthened and new ones forged at the recent Secondary Principals’ Association of New Zealand (SPANZ) conference in Blenheim. As a Bronze Sponsor, CrestClean was proud to host a stand, providing the opportunity to catch up with principals from throughout New Zealand and learn more about their schools’
Fazeel Ali moved to New Zealand with dreams in his head of a better life — but he never dreamt that one day he would own his own home. Now, just two years after buying a CrestClean franchise, Fazeel and his wife Shazia Sazlin have been able to save enough