become a Boss with clean boss
Looking to learn more about becoming a Boss with Clean Boss?
We’re on a mission to becoming New Zealand’s preferred choice in Commercial & Home Cleaning and we’re always looking for friendly, enthusiastic individuals who’re prepared to roll up their sleeves and get down to business!
What’s on offer is an opportunity to go into business for yourself but not by yourself with a franchisor who stands for ethics and integrity in its dealings with franchisees or as we like to call them, Bosses.
Available: Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua and Auckland.
Going into business for yourself can be a challenging and rewarding process but it can also be one filled with uncertainty, which is why partnering with an established franchisor can be a great solution.
With Clean Boss, we want to give you all the benefits of being self-employed such as the freedom, independence and the financial rewards that come with it, but with the reduced risk that comes from operating inside a ready-to-go, proven business system.
We’re always looking for people with the right attitude and motivation to join the team so get in touch with us today if you think we’d be a good fit.
Frequently asked questions
One of the advantages to our business model is that you can buy in at any income level.
Your typical entry-level business that generates $1,000 per week in income exclusive of GST would be valued at $28,500 for the business. This includes everything in the one price such as equipment, sign-writing and your initial training period.
To keep things simple, you pay a service fee at a rate of 15% of your gross monthly income, meaning you only pay fees while you’re earning.
This fee also covers your marketing contribution and there are no hidden fees down the track.
We know business is hard enough and managing the day-to-day relationships and point of contact with your clients can be tough so we’ll take care of that for you.
From the initial walkthrough to ongoing follow-up and being the point of contact for each client, we’ll do it all so you can just focus on providing the best clean possible.
We also take care of all of the invoicing so you don’t get bogged down in unnecessary admin time and chasing late payers.
We’ll structure the payment terms with each client and ensure that we collect the money on the 20th of each month by way of direct debit and then pay you on the 28th of each month.
We want your experience of leaving us to be just as positive as it was when you joined us.
That means if you do decide to move on, we’ll take care of everything from preparing your business for sale, getting it on the market, marketing your business for sale and dealing with any buyer enquiry on your behalf.
We also don’t charge a commission or assignment fee on the sale of your business. The only fee is a payable marketing contribution of between $1,000 – $2,000 which is payable when your business eventually sells and is 100% spent on marketing costs.
Your business will be listed for the same price you bought it for, meaning you’ll make 100% back on the establishment fee (minus the marketing contribution) provided your client list remains intact.
Be wary of most income guarantees as they generally come with a lot of fine print, false promises and an expiry date.
Clean Boss offers a lifetime Fairwork Guarantee meaning if you lose any work due to a fault, not of your own, e.g. quality, poor communication or reliability then we are committing to you that the very next job that comes across our desk which is of similar value is yours.
As a Clean Boss franchisee, you are required to have public liability, tools of trade and comprehensive vehicle insurances as a minimum.
You’re free to choose your insurance provider or we can recommend one to you.
Our standard agreement is a seven-year term with free rights to renew for the next seven-year term, meaning you can remain a franchisee for as long as you want.
You don’t need any previous business or cleaning experience. Just a good attitude, a willingness to listen and learn.
Other then this you must be able to speak English, have a clear criminal history and be a permanent resident of New Zealand.
On average, a business turning over $1,000 per week usually requires 20 – 25 hours per week. This is all is dependant on the sites themselves as well as how well you do during your training in learning the most efficient cleaning procedures and putting them into practice.