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CrestClean business owners Dan Pariachi and Madhu Mala have scooped a major award at an annual event that recognises excellence in New Zealand’s franchise sector. The Dunedin couple are national winners in the Business Services category of the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards. It’s a remarkable achievement for the husbandFull Story
It was moment to celebrate for these three Tauranga business owners who’ve studied hard to gain an industry recognised qualification. Andy Lee, Maninder Singh and Japinder Pandher are the latest CrestClean franchisees to gain a Level 2 Certificate in Commercial Cleaning. The certificate, awarded by the Master Cleaners TrainingFull Story
CrestClean business owner Isha Pyakurel knows the importance of maintaining hygiene and cleanliness around children. As a mum herself, she has worked at kindergartens as a staff reliever. So when Isha began looking after the cleaning at Lollipops early childhood centre, New Plymouth, the work was second nature to her.Full Story
Rugby legend John Leslie was in demand when he dropped into Tauranga as part of his nationwide tour to boost the number of junior rugby coaches. The ex-Highlanders player and former Scotland international held a free workshop for volunteer coaches at Mount Maunganui Sports Club. Mike Williams, Mount Sports Junior
Twenty one years was a talking point when CrestClean’s boss dropped in on one of the company’s high-profile customers. CrestClean is marking 21 years of providing a professional cleaning services to its customers throughout the country. So when Managing Director Grant McLauchlan paid a courtesy visit to food manufacturer
Working for themselves had seemed an impossible dream for husband and wife Afelee Niumea and Makalita Afelee. They’d managed to buy a home of their own – but the New Plymouth couple, who have five children, were struggling financially to make much headway. However that all changed last year
When Barbara de Vries bought a cleaning business in 2008 it was meant to be stopgap until she figured out her next move. Now a decade later she and her husband Shane have just clocked up a decade with CrestClean and recently received a long service award to mark
When Janeth Luna left the Philippines to join her husband for a new life in New Zealand her first job here couldn’t have been more hands on. She faced a steep learning curve that was more than a little out of her comfort zone. Milking cows on the Southland dairy
By the time she was 21 Jill Shepherd had had nine jobs. “I was a bit of rebel when I left school,” she freely admits. Jill has certainly had a rich and varied working life. She’s been a trainee microbiologist; run a motorcycle parts department; driven vans, and owned
Having everything at his fingertips saves a lot of time for Auckland franchisee Ajay Prakash. When he bought a Nissan NV200 van for his business Ajay had a vision in his mind’s eye of where all his cleaning gear would go. But first there was the little issue of how
CrestClean’s partnership with consumables company Alsco was a hot topic of conservation at teachers’ conferences in Auckland. A recent alliance between the two companies has enabled CrestClean to provide schools with a range of products and services under one umbrella. Neil Kumar was among CrestClean personnel who attended the two
Clinching CrestClean’s inaugural award for the Master Franchisee of the Year has capped off a stellar year for Tony and Nicky Kramers. The Dunedin couple, who won a family holiday to Mount Maunganui, have been praised for their professionalism and for introducing new and innovative ways to make their business