CrestClean is celebrating the completion of the Aspire2 Workplace Communication Programme by all its Regional Master Franchisees. The programme is aimed at enhancing professional capabilities and covers a variety of topics, including verbal and non-verbal communication, delegation, conflict resolution and active listening. In recognition of the achievement, a graduation ceremony was held at CrestClean’s Auckland
Connections were forged and CrestClean’s reputation in the healthcare sector strengthened at this year’s Rotorua General Practice Conference and Medical Exhibition (GPCME). It is the second time CrestClean has attended the annual event and once again it was an extremely positive experience. Held at the Rotorua Energy Events Centre, it was attended by more than
CrestClean recently attended the 25th Practice Managers and Administrators Association of New Zealand (PMAANZ) Conference in Rotorua, which brings together Practice Managers and Administrators from throughout the country for three days of professional development and networking. It is the first time we have had a presence at the conference, and it was so successful that
With its crisp white walls and brightly coloured mural featuring successful teams from around the country, CrestClean’s new Rotorua office is a joy to work in, says Regional Master Franchisees Sonia and Mark Fredrick. Located on Whakaue Street, in the heart of the city, it “fits the bill for everything we were wanting”, says Mark.
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
CrestClean’s twice-yearly vehicle audits kicked off in the Central North Island last week, and it’s shaping up to be the best year yet, says Health, Safety and Wellbeing Leader Ian Noon. “It’s been really successful so far. The general standard of presentation is very high and the franchisees all seem to be happy,” says Ian.
CrestClean was warmly received at the New Zealand Principals’ Federation’s Conference 2021 in Rotorua this week. It was the 13th year CrestClean had attended the conference, having provided sponsorship since 2008, and been a Gold Business Partner since 2014. Managing Director Grant McLauchlan says it was a great atmosphere, with many of the 550 principals
It was a case of educating the educators when CrestClean hosted a stand at the 31st Annual New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) conference in Rotorua. Attended by school principals and board of trustee members from throughout the country, there was a lot of interest in CrestClean’s services and products, in particular the Anti-Viral Sanitiser,
Doing a great job for their customers has been a hallmark of success for CrestClean couple Stuart and Raylene Price. The Whakatane kiwifruit farmers, who are celebrating 10 years with the company, have built a strong business by putting their customers first and offering a dependable and reliable service. After joining CrestClean a decade ago
CrestClean’s Managing Director heaped praise on the company’s local business owners at the annual team meeting in Rotorua. Grant McLauchlan said the company’s turnover has grown by 12.4 percent nationally in the past financial year and the Rotoura region had played an important part in that increase. “We’ve become a reputable and well-known brand in
If CrestClean looked to find which of its business owners has the longest commute the red hot favourite would surely be globetrotting chef Lalith Degambada. As well as owning a cleaning franchise in Rotorua, Lalith’s talents in the kitchen are in high demand at Sydney’s prestigious International Convention Centre, where he works as a
They were Crest pioneers after becoming the company’s first franchisees in Rotorua 15 years ago. Bill and Claire Douglas threw themselves into the work, learning on the job as they picked up more customers in the central North Island tourist city. They were so busy it left precious little time for anything else. “We