The sight of her personnel working at the New Zealand Blood Service’s Palmerston North Donor Centre has been pleasing, says CrestClean’s local regional manager Shareen Raj. Cleaning teams have been on hand each day to provide a sanitising and cleaning service so staff and members of the public using the
Congratulations to Sam Talwar who has been appointed as a Regional Trainer for Master Cleaners Training Institute. Helping newcomers to the cleaning industry has become a passion for Palmerston North-based Sam, who takes franchisees through practical and theory sessions leading to the Certificate in Commercial Cleaning. “I really enjoy passing
They’ve landed a prestigious award following great feedback from customers delighted by the quality of their team’s cleaning. Shareen Raj, CrestClean’s Palmerston North/Kapiti Coast Regional Manager, says Tepuke and Patisepa Pola have had an outstanding year and she was delighted to award them the title of Kapiti Coast Franchisee of
When Cornerstone School announced plans for a fundraiser CrestClean’s Aznayne Ali and Angeline Sahayam didn’t have to think twice about offering to help out. Angeline says they like nothing better than being involved in the school community – but their commitment often goes far beyond just looking after the cleaning.
When they returned after the end-of-term break these Palmerston North teachers were dazzled by how shiny the floors were. As part of the term clean at Cornerstone Christian School, CrestClean’s Aznayne Ali brought in his newly purchased floor machine to see if he could restore the vinyl floors to their
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.
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
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
Two experienced CrestClean business owners in Wellington have risen through the ranks to take up senior training roles. Naval Gupta and Naseem Shariff have been appointed as Regional Trainers for Master Cleaners Training Institute (MCTI) in Wellington and Hutt Valley. But before being selected the pair had to meet strict
Her CrestClean business was trucking along nicely – but it’s really taken off since she got her lorry driver husband on board. Aroha Metuamate has more than doubled the size of her franchise since William quit his day job. The couple have now joined other franchisees who are in
There’s not a moment’s hesitation when Shamim Khan is asked what he likes about being his own boss. “It’s the best job I’ve had,” he says firmly. It’s seven years since he and his wife Sharina bought their CrestClean business in Palmerston North. The couple, who are originally from
Aznayne Ali enjoys working at Palmerston North’s Milson School where the children go out of their way to make his job a whole lot easier. But it hasn’t always been like that. When Aznayne recalls his first term at the primary school it’s hard to believe he’s talking about the