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  • Regional team meetings round off a successful year...

    CrestClean’s regional team meetings are always cause for celebration, as individual, regional and national achievements are recognised. Despite the challenges of 2021, most of the regional team meetings were able to go ahead, even if it did involve some re-scheduling and mask-wearing! Overall, hundreds of franchisees from around New Zealand attended meetings in 14 locations.

  • High standard of cleaning and cheerful approach appreciated...

    Cleaner and customer standing outside Cancer Society building.

    It’s not only Melany Baltar’s high standard of cleaning that is appreciated by staff and guests at the Dunedin Cancer Society. “She’s so cheerful, she greets everybody with that beautiful smile, and she recognises why people are here which is really important,” says Daffodil House and Supportive Care Administrator Fiona Cutler. “She has compassion for

  • Christina takes the lead with top payroll qualification

    Woman holding framed certificate.

    CrestClean’s Payroll and Human Resources Leader Christina Kelliher has qualified as a Certified Payroll Leader — achieving the highest Payroll Accreditation possible in New Zealand. The New Zealand Payroll Practitioners Association (NZPPA) is the country’s largest payroll professional body and is focused on developing payroll as a recognised profession in its own right. Three years

  • Introducing Sharon Churchill… ‘AT’

    Certificate presentation.

    CrestClean’s Financial Controller Sharon Churchill has held finance and accounting roles for more than 20 years — and now she has the initials after her name to prove it. Sharon is officially an ‘Accounting Technician’ after receiving the internationally recognised qualification from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ). “It’s absolutely amazing to finally

  • Bird-whispering cleaner rescues sparrow from Dunedin kindergarten

    Cleaner holding rescued bird.

    What is it about CrestClean and bird rescues? A year ago, CrestClean featured on TV Three’s The Project after Auckland franchisee  Dominik Drahoninsky rescued a baby bird that was stuck down a drain. And now, at the other end of the country, cleaner Aman Chand has used his bird whispering skills to rescue a sparrow from

  • Plenty of family time for new business owners

    Dunedin couple Aaditya and Diksha Shrivastava couldn’t be happier with their decision to buy a cleaning business. “We wanted to invest in a sustainable business and after some research we found CrestClean,” says Aaditya. “We like the flexibility of the job and it’s given us more security.” It’s just six months since joining CrestClean Aaditya

  • Couple celebrate 15 successful years running their CrestClean...

    After moving to New Zealand, electronics engineer James Yun soon realised it would be almost impossible to carry on working in the same profession. “It was too difficult to get a job because there were no electronics factories here,” he says, recalling what it was like after arriving from Korea. “So I decided to be

  • CrestClean business owners quick to click on to...

    Olly Boss is overseeing the introduction of MYOB for CrestClean business owners.

    CrestClean’s Olly Boss has been delighted with the uptake of tax management software that will make life a whole lot easier for the company’s business owners. He says franchisees have been quick to click on to the many advantages offered by MYOB, which is currently being rolled out. Olly says MYOB is not only a

  • CrestClean business owner marks 15 successful years

    Vince Fisk receives his long service award from, Nicky Kramers, Regional Manager CrestClean Dunedin.

    After 15 successful years with CrestClean, Vince Fisk is not thinking of quitting anytime soon. In fact the Dunedin business owner still enjoys the job and the freedom that comes with being his own boss. “It feels great working for myself and not for someone else,” he says. Vince cleans and manages the business almost

  • Aisles of smiles as sanitising service reassures supermarket...

    Josephine Gudoy with a staff member at Oamaru’s Northside New World

    It’s what they are saying about her work that’s putting a big smile on Josephine Gudoy’s face. Normally she comes in after everyone has gone, but Josephine is now highly visible at Oamaru’s Northside New World supermarket, where she can be seen sanitising areas frequently touched by customers and staff. Whether it’s wiping down the

  • Secret Santa gone as CrestClean staff support local...

    Rachael Hanna hands over the presents to Jasmin Enright of Presbyterian Support Otago.

    Generous CrestClean personnel are helping to spread some festive cheer to Dunedin’s less fortunate families. An office tradition of swapping small gifts among the company’s administration services staff was replaced by a collection of goodies for a local charity. Rachael Hanna, who works at CrestClean Support Services in Moray Place, and helped to organise the

  • Switched on couple were first to go all-electric...

    Steve Kannewischer with his wife Lynne and stepson Sam Larkins with their Nissan Leaf.

    Former butcher Steve Kannewischer is proud to have staked a claim on being the first CrestClean franchisee to own an electric vehicle. Steve loves the fact that his Nissan Leaf is not only pollution free and good for the planet, it’s very cheap to run and is extremely reliable. “It’s a great little car and


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