When Kiraren Tirate and Linda Etuati moved to New Plymouth from the remote Pacific nation of Kiribati, they never dreamed they would own their own business or their own home — but six years later they have both. The couple came to New Zealand seeking better healthcare and education opportunities
Twenty years ago, Makalita and Afelee Niumea moved to New Zealand from the remote Pacific Island of Tuvalu in search of a better life for their children. But as their family grew — and with it their expenses — they found themselves struggling to pay the bills. Makalita was working
Taranaki Regional Manager Naresh Mani has only been in the role a little over a year, but in that time his team of franchisees has already doubled. The region now has 10 teams, with further growth expected as CrestClean’s reputation in the region for providing high-quality cleaning services gains momentum.
Changing the cleaners was a breath of fresh air for personnel at the Taranaki branch of a nationwide property valuation company. Michelle Dobson, office manager at TelferYoung, says they’ve been delighted at the quality of cleaning provided by CrestClean’s Kiraren Tirate and Linda Etuati. “Everything feels clean. You can tell
CrestClean’s Rose Kumar says she just loves keeping everything spick and span at the New Zealand Blood Service’s Hamilton centre. Rose has been tasked with ensuring all surfaces and ‘touch’ points are constantly sanitised when the donor clinics are taking place. Jason Cheng, one of CrestClean’s quality assurance co-ordinators, says
When CrestClean’s Karthik Naidu decided to treat a school to ice cream he was following a family tradition of making a birthday a time to focus on others. He got a big thumbs up from children and staff at Moturoa School when he arrived with large box of ice cream
It was a big thumbs up for the CrestClean team who ensured everything was spotlessly clean and hygienic for donors attending a New Zealand Blood Service clinic. Makalita Afelee and Afelee Niumea had their work cut out in preparing the large church building that was used as the venue for
Buying a CrestClean franchise has redefined family time for busy mum Gretna Tauma. Now that Gretna can choose the hours she works there’s a lot more free time to spend with her husband Tion Tiaon and their five children. Before the couple joined CrestClean, Gretna worked nightshift as a cleaner
When it comes to industry knowledge, CrestClean’s new Taranaki Regional Manager has bucket-loads of experience and enthusiasm. Naresh Mani, who has just relocated to New Plymouth from Auckland, has a strong belief in helping others. He enjoys sharing what he’s learnt with business owners starting their career in commercial cleaning.
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. The
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.
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