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.
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
It’s not only CrestClean business owners who are reaping the benefits of relocating to regional New Zealand. There has been a steady flow south of people from the Auckland area seeking a better life for themselves and their family. And who can blame them. With less traffic to contend with,
Flexible working hours and being her own boss ticked all the boxes for Bernie Brown when she found her perfect job in Central Otago. Bernie purchased a small CrestClean franchise in Alexandra where she lives – but just three months on and she’s already looking at expanding her business. And
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 husband
When Robert Glenie popped in to an early childhood centre he was impressed by what he saw – and he knew the bar was set high for the standard of cleaning required. The six-year-old building at Methven is still in pristine condition and staff at Leap Ahead Preschool are not