Press Release 24/01/2012 New Zealand’s $1 billion commercial cleaning industry just took another step forward with CrestClean celebrating its 15 year anniversary by announcing ambitious growth plans in both New Zealand and Asia. “Today I am announcing that CrestClean will be creating up to 150 fulltime skilled jobs over the
As recently published in Idealog Magazine: It’s hardly the favourite thing to do around the house, but outside of it, cleaning is big business. Just ask Grant McLauchlan of Dunedin business CrestClean. McLauchlan and his business partner, Rene Mangnus, bought a small Dunedin cleaning company in 1996 with
Sir Richard Branson is the entrepreneur responsible for the Virgin Group of companies. Billionaire adventurer and philanthropist, his companies employ 50,000 people across 30 countries with revenues exceeding US$18 Billion! The BNZ Bank has honored Crest Commercial Cleaning Ltd with an exclusive invite to the VIP banquet and cocktail function.
Nelson franchisees Paul and Shelly Nicholson recently changed vehicles into this great looking Nissan Cube. This shows just how good our new vehicle branding can look when done really well.
As an organisation with a stake in achieving the Workplace Health and Safety Strategy’s vision of ‘healthy people in safe and productive workplaces’, CrestClean recently accepted the challenge to become a Partner in Action with the Department of Labour to reduce New Zealand’s work toll. In the two months since
Each year one of CrestClean’s South Auckland customers, Speedy Signs Manukau presents special awards to their Top 10 Suppliers. This year for the second year in a row, one of CrestClean’s franchisees Ravindra Chandra won this title as their Top 10 Supplier. Ravindra has been cleaning their premises for just
An eleventh hour rescue by a Kiwi cleaning company could save a possible threat of New Zealand’s team’s withdrawal from the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. “Following an approach by the New Zealand High Commissioner in Delhi, Rupert Holborow, Crest Cleaning’s India business mucked in to sort out the New
NZ’s top current affairs presenter John Campbell talks to Shikha Jain about Crest’s role in cleaning up the games village. Watch Video
Prof Charles Gerba shook hands for what must have been the 100th time that day and kept talking as he seamlessly turned to the hand-wash dispenser and the paper towels. “You know, 20% of germs you’ll transmit are passed through handshakes,” the man some in the United States fondly call
Dunedin-based company Crest Commercial Cleaning’s successful Mumbai franchise showed how well strong business models could work even in a competitive, low-wage economy. Read more on Otago Daily Times website
New Zealand’s largest commercial cleaning franchise, Crest Commercial Cleaning, has struck up a deal in India which will see it operating in around a dozen cities and employing thousands of people in the next two years. Since securing the country licence agreement in 2008, Crest Commercial Cleaning (India) Pvt. has
TV3 – featuring Crest’s Adam Hodge. It is global handwashing day, and this charming piece of information is part of a range of disturbing findings aimed at improving hygiene practices around the world. Watch this video