The main difference for me since joining Ovenclean is that I wake up happy. I wish I’d done this 10 years ago.
Oven cleaning might not seem a glamorous job, but I could be my own boss, make my own decisions and make a big difference to people.
Prior to becoming an Ovenclean Franchisee, James had a very successful career; from international event management to Head of Fundraising for a National Charity.
Steen Mickelborg joined the network in 2017, and has grown to develop a very successful business with many repeat and referral customers. Not only that, but with Ovenclean he has also found a job he loves.
Husband and Wife team, Dean and Amy Wilson joined the Ovenclean network in 2014, after deciding they needed more time for their young family. Dean previously worked as an Assistant Manager at a cleaning company and Amy ran her own Salon, so the franchise was a natural fit for the couple.
Robert Wall worked as a milkman for 30 years before he decided to move areas and needed to look for a new job. He had considered self-employment in the past, and after hearing about the benefits of an Ovenclean franchise from a friend, decided to join the network in 2016.
“Before becoming an Ovenclean franchise in 2016, I worked in operational management for over 20 years, running a call-centre of circa 100 people. After being made redundant multiple times in different jobs, I decided to look into franchising because it guaranteed a job and financial security, but also the flexibility to work around my home life.”
“After facing redundancy from previous jobs in the motor trade and customer service, I decided that I wanted to take control of my destiny, and work for myself. Once I started looking at options, I found that franchising was the ideal route to achieve that goal.