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    Transforming Setbacks into Success: Duncan Garner Podcast

     

    Ethan Gordon, co-founder of Clean Boss, was featured on Duncan Garner’s “Editor-in-Chief” podcast. In the episode titled “Transforming Setback into Success,” Ethan discusses his journey from facing setbacks to building a thriving business. He shares insights into overcoming challenges, innovative strategies, and the realities of running a successful small business in New Zealand. Ethan’s story is a powerful testament to resilience and determination.

    Listen to the full episode here to gain inspiration and learn from his experiences.

    Clean Boss Cleaning & Cocktails Podcast

    Clean Boss Cleaning & Cocktails Podcast

    We are excited to share that Clean Boss was recently featured on the Cleaning and Cocktails podcast, hosted by industry leader Ricardo Regalado. In Episode #89, one of founders, Ethan and our Auckland Master Franchisee Sofia West, discuss the journey and vision behind Clean Boss, a company born out of a desire to revolutionise the cleaning industry. They delve into the innovative strategies that have propelled our growth and the challenges we’ve overcome.

    Highlights from the Podcast:

    1. Founding Vision: Ethan and Sofia share how Clean Boss was founded in May 2020 to set new standards in the cleaning industry, ensuring high-quality, reliable, and professional services.

    2. Innovative Approaches: Learn about the unique methods and technologies we employ to stay ahead in the industry, from eco-friendly cleaning solutions to advanced cleaning techniques.

    3. Client-Centric Focus: Discover how our dedication to customer satisfaction drives everything we do, from personalised services to thorough quality control.

    4. Growth and Expansion: Insights into how Clean Boss has expanded its operations and services, including commercial and residential cleaning, post-construction cleaning, and more.

    5. Team Excellence: Highlighting our team of skilled cleaning specialists and franchisee owner-operators, who are the backbone of our success.

    The episode provides a comprehensive look at what makes Clean Boss a standout in the cleaning industry. We are proud to be recognised for our professionalism, dedication, and the positive impact we are making in our communities.

    Listen to the full podcast episode here to get an in-depth look at our journey and the principles that drive our success.

    Stay tuned for more updates and insights as we continue to lead the way in professional cleaning services!

    Clean Start Thanks to Covid

    Clean Start Thanks to Covid

    By Luke Kirkeby

    “We figured that if we can have happy guys on the ground who are doing a great job and making a fair profit, then obviously clients are going to get the service they expect.” — Ethan Gordon

    Ethan and Alyssa Gordon, owners of Clean Boss, moved back to New Zealand with their children after being made redundant due to Covid-19. Despite initial doubts, the couple successfully grew their South Waikato cleaning company into a thriving business within a year, with location now in Hamilton, Rotorua, and Tauranga.

    Ethan leveraged his industry experience to address the gap in the market caused by the disconnection between employees and clients. By paying well above minimum wage and ensuring employees feel valued, Clean Boss has been able to deliver high-quality service, leading to increased referrals and business growth.

    Key Highlights:

    Employee Satisfaction: Paying above minimum wage to ensure employees feel valued and motivated.

    Customer Service: Focusing on providing high-quality service to meet client expectations.

    Rapid Growth: Expanding the franchise to new locations with plans for further expansion.

    Work-Life Balance: Maintaining a balance between business responsibilities and family time.

    Encouraging Entrepreneurship: Advising others to pursue their business ideas and seize opportunities in less glamorous industries.

    Alyssa Gordon, who manages the residential side of the business, credits family support for their success. Operating from Tīrau has provided the perfect base, allowing them to stay close to their community while growing their business.

    For the full article by Luke Kirkeby, visit South Waikato News.