Steven Sykes and Estelle Robertson had very successful careers, but wanted a better work life balance - something they could achieve through Ovenclean. 18 months down the line, Steven and Estelle are thoroughly enjoying the bene?ts of owning their own business and are seeing huge demand for their service!
"Ovenclean was a proven business model and showed evidence of a successful track record. We wanted a regular income but without the constrictions, demands and stresses of corporate life."
"The initial support consisted of 2 weeks intensive 'on-the-job' training which was supervised by another franchisee. There was so much more involved than one would have imagined! However, ongoing support was received from Head Of?ce on request - the team are truly knowledgeable, extremely helpful and only a phone call away.
In time, we would de?nitely like to grow our business and recruit others to work with us."
"We experienced a period of drought as any business does. It was a sobering and new experience– our business had previously been very busy, with a constant roll of calls, e-mails and cleans.
But through hard work and support from Head Of?ce, we turned it around and had the best ever trading period since the business began, largely due to prospecting for new business. We completed 40-60 oven cleans and have already been assured of getting the contract next year."
"In time, we would like to grow our business and recruit others. Our ambition is to ? ll several diaries with cleans."
"In a heartbeat! Owning a franchise has given us the ability to control our own destiny. If you follow the proven Ovenclean business model, you will succeed.
It’s not an easy option, but it’s one of the most rewarding and satisfying things we have ever done. The business is there and the opportunity is waiting if you are prepared to work hard."
Steven Bowen started his Ovenclean business in 2014 after being made redundant.
Sheree Parker joined Ovenclean in 2001 and by 2004 was so busy Sheree had to take on an employee to help her manage the demand for her services.
When Owen Rowlands joined Ovenclean, in 2012, it transformed his life in ways he never imagined.
James Arthur has run Ovenclean in Macclesfield, Congleton and Buxton since 2014.
Graham Kerridge took the opportunity to invest in an Ovenclean franchise in September 2013 and hasn’t looked back since!
Dean and Amy Wilson joined Ovenclean in October 2015 and now operate a second van.
After being made redundant, and with a background in catering, Chris McLoughlin joined Ovenclean in 2015.
When Colin Bell moved back to the UK after living abroad for many years he was immediately taken by the Ovenclean franchise opportunity.
In 2002 Clive and Clare Pearson made a decision to join Ovenclean that would change their lives forever.
Myles Cutler is now the proud owner of Ovenclean in Bristol after buying the resale from Nigel Welch.
John Hicks launched his new business in October 2012 he declares his life has been transformed by Ovenclean and says he’s not looked back since.
Ovenclean delivers baked-in success for John Denoon who tells us us why he started his Ovenclean business.
Duncan Chandler talks to us about his Ovenclean business after just eighteen months since the launch.
Little did Mike Watts suspect when he first invested in an Ovenclean franchise that after four years his business would become a real family affair.
Ian Morley talks to us about starting his Ovenclean business and about how his business has grown
Paul Foord cooks up a plan with Ovenclean and tells us why he decided that Ovenclean offered the best route to achieving his goals.
A two man team making a great impact on the nation’s kitchens are Jeff Deeming and Andy Bloore.
When 26 year old Robbie Freeman spotted Ovenclean it appealed to him instantly.
Work within a virtually untapped UK market with proven demand
Low investment requirement with a support network to assure franchise success
Achieve fantastic earning potential with low overheads and high profitability