Ovenclean Franchise Owners’ Businesses are Booming
Over the last year Ovenclean franchise owners have not only retained customers but have also attracted new business. According to Julian Minwalla, Ovenclean’s CEO, the fact that oven cleaning is a necessity that not many people enjoy doing has contributed to Ovenclean franchise owners’ success. He said: “Cleaning the oven is top of the ‘most hated household chores’ list. Every householder has an oven, and ovens need to be cleaned regularly. All of which adds up to a massive potential marketplace for Ovenclean!”
Husband and wife team Andrew and Sarah Parris have seen their Ovenclean business thrive since the economic downturn. The couple, who have been operating their franchise for seven years, confirm that they are currently busier than ever and have had to recently take on an employee to help with their workload. It is not just established franchise owners who have seen their business thrive, as new franchise owner Mark Jerram, who launched a few weeks ago, is already inundated with work.
Mark joined Ovenclean when he decided to change his career after being made redundant from his job in retail. Mark was attracted by Ovenclean’s simple business model, high levels of support and low entry price. Julian added: “We’re receiving enquiries from people from all walks of life, many of who have either lost their jobs or are worried about the resilience of the industry they are in. As a franchise, we can offer a proven and recession-resilient business model with thorough training and continued support, as well as a unique environmentally friendly cleaning system, an established brand and a vast, untapped potential marketplace.”