When a devastating cyclone struck Fiji in 2016, Fiza Rahiman’s mother lost her home — so he built her a new one. This was perhaps Fiza’s proudest moment, and something he says was made possible by the success he has achieved with CrestClean. It meant the world to him to be able to support his
Kamal Jeet Singh arrived in New Zealand with just $50 in his pocket — now he owns a successful business with a turnover of more than $400,000. The accomplished business owner recently clocked up 20 years with CrestClean, making him the company’s longest-standing Auckland franchisee. To celebrate the impressive milestone, Auckland Central Regional Master Franchisee
The latest intake of Waikato franchisees to complete their Hard Floor Care training are a shining example to others, says Master Cleaners Training Institute trainer Fiza Rahiman. “We had 100 per cent attendance and everyone came fully prepared with all the correct equipment, which we really appreciated. The commitment they showed during the course was
Term 3 ended on a high note for tidy Kiwis in South Canterbury who won the region’s latest Cleanest Classroom Awards from CrestClean. The Cleanest Classroom programme is run at many of the over 500 primary and intermediate schools that are cleaned by CrestClean franchisees, with the classrooms that are kept the cleanest in the
It has been 14 years since CrestClean first provided sponsorship to the New Zealand Principals’ Federation — and this year we got to go back to where it all started. The NZPF’s annual conference was held in Christchurch for the first time since 2008, the same year in which we became an official Business Partner.
It might have been named after one of the city’s forefathers, but Invercargill’s soon-to-be-opened The Langlands Hotel now has a new namesake. After months of cleaning the hotel, section by section as it has progressed, CrestClean franchisee Tess Jabonitalla has named her new puppy ‘Langley’ — a combination of the hotel’s name and that of
At a time when Environmental Compliances are becoming increasingly important, we are proud to have passed our Environmental Choice assessment for 2022 with flying colours, securing the continuation of the EC-licensed status of our cleaning services and products. This is the sixth year of having both our cleaning services and cleaning products achieve their Environmental
Tony Kramers has gone back to school, to reconnect with his past. The Dunedin Master Franchisee, who can trace his whakapapa (genealogy) back to Ngāi Tahu chiefs Karetai and Te Mātenga Taiaroa, is learning te reo Māori, picking up where he left off more than 20 years ago. “I learnt it through high school, right
CrestClean recently attended the General Practice Conference and Medical Exhibition in Rotorua, signalling its ongoing commitment to the healthcare sector. It is the first time a cleaning company has had an exhibition stand at the event, which was run in conjunction with the New Zealand Medical Association and attended by 900 GPs, practice managers, pharmacists
When CrestClean’s North Harbour Master Franchisee Neil Kumar bought a cleaning franchise with his wife Rachel 16 years ago he wondered what he’d got himself into. At the time he was working during the day as a CNC operator, helping Rachel with the cleaning in the evenings, and had no idea of the career path
When he was a boy, Yasa Panagoda dreamed of becoming a pilot. He achieved that goal and then he went on to set and achieve new goals — with CrestClean. It has been 10 years since Yasa joined the company as the Regional Manager for Christchurch North, in which time he has grown the region
It was great to be back amongst it at the Waikato Principals’ Association Conference! It’s been a while since we’ve been able to catch up with principals in the region, with this being the first get-together since last year’s Covid lockdowns. The conference is usually held every term, and CrestClean is a Bronze Level Sponsor.