Ovenclean, one of the UK’s original and leading oven cleaning specialist, is delighted to announce it’s been awarded full membership of the British Franchise Association, bfa – the voluntary self-regulating body for the franchise industry.
After eight years of shift work for a large distribution company, Phil Carr made the bold decision to take control of his destiny and invest in an Ovenclean franchise.
Former Engineer and Draftsman, Richard Joy, couldn’t be happier with his life now as an Ovenclean franchise owner and is looking forward to the future, having just completed his second expansion, after being made redundant four years ago.
The Ovenclean network are enjoying record-breaking levels of demand for their services across the country, as a direct result of the extensive national TV advertising campaign, which kicked off for the first time in February this year.
The Ovenclean network are enjoying record breaking levels of demand for their services across the country, as a direct result of the extensive national TV advertising campaign, which kicked off for the first time in February this year.
Chris Hudson’s mother has always been a fan of the Ovenclean service – regularly using it to keep her oven in tip-top condition, but it was during a family holiday in Florida last year when news of potential redundancy came through, that Chris started thinking it might just be the perfect opportunity for him to start his next career chapter.
One of the UK’s longest-established and most successful domestic oven cleaning franchises, Ovenclean, is delighted to announce the launch of its first ever national TV advertising campaign, which will commence at the end of February.
When Colin Bell moved back to the UK after many years living abroad, he was immediately taken by the Ovenclean franchise opportunity having previously worked in the catering and cleaning industry, and couldn’t be happier with the support he’s had from Head Office since his launch earlier this year.
ormer management consultant Ian Fidge describes his Ovenclean franchise as ‘fantastic’ and says he’s been amazed by the demand for his services. So much so, his wife joined him in the business to help with his rocketing workload.
An Ovenclean franchise has proved the best buy ever for John Hicks, a former purchaser for an automotive company.
After leaving his job in highway maintenance, Owen Rowlands decided he wanted to run his own business and ultimately chose an Ovenclean franchise.
Former Management Consultant Ian Fidge, describes his Ovenclean franchise as ‘fantastic’ and says he’s been amazed by the demand for his services.
After working as a Butcher for over 30 years, Tom Tudor decided that it was time to pursue his dreams of owning his own business.
The ability to control his own destiny was one of the reasons Martin Walshe decided to invest in his Ovenclean franchise in September 2009, after being made redundant from a leading luxury jewellers in Central London.
The launch of a new, mobile-friendly website by Ovenclean, one of the UK’s leading oven cleaning specialists, has already had a significant impact on the business.
After spending 15 years working in the highway construction and maintenance industry, Owen Rowlands was given notice of possible redundancy.
After watching his brother build a successful business with Ovenclean, John Saunders followed suit.
Ovenclean’s recently launched centrally organised marketing initiative has proven to be a roaring success for the leading franchise brand; substantially increasing demand for the service nationally as well as impacting on awareness levels
As carpet fitter Paul Foord reached his mid-fifties, it was then that he decided to look for another business opportunity to take him through to retirement
Having completed three years as an Ovenclean franchise owner, former financial manager Duncan Chandler has built a secure, sustainable and profitable business
To increase awareness of the Ovenclean brand and services, the company has introduced a new central marketing initiative. Rebecca de Chair, Marketing Manager at Ovenclean, said: “The integrated campaign includes a mix of online and offline marketing activity, such as Google AdWords and PR, aimed...
We speak to one of Ovenclean’s most successful franchise owners; Ian Fidge and his wife Shirley tell us their success story
Bernard Corrigan and Ian and Emily Balm all agree there has never been a better time to become Ovenclean franchise owners
Andy Bloore and Jeff Deeming found Ovenclean provided all the right ingredients for them to start a business together
Ovenclean is aiming to grow its franchise owners’ income with the launch of two new initiatives. The company has developed a new consumer targeted product range and a new website that is optimised for use on mobile devices such as iPhones and tablets. In the technology arena, the newly...
Ten years ago, Clive and Clare Pearson decided the best way to combine their family and working lives was to invest in an Ovenclean franchise
Ovenclean has seen a 20 per cent increase in enquiries into its oven cleaning service between the period January to March, the company has reported. As well as this, Ovenclean states that the number of new recruits joining the network also rose by 20 per cent during this period. Kathryn...
Wishing to embark on a new challenge to prepare for his retirement, Paul Foord has enjoyed growing his Ovenclean franchise since its launch two years ago.
Ovenclean has found the recipe for success, as thousands of customers flock to use its service. Since the launch of the domestic oven cleaning franchise’s new website last year, new customer leads for Ovenclean have been rising like hot cakes. By the end of October 2011, like for like figures...
Having spent most of his working life behind a desk, Ian Fidge decided he wanted a more ‘hands-on’ role – Ovenclean provided the recipe for success
Three franchise owners who joined the Ovenclean network in 2010 are now entering their second successful year in business
Leads from customers interested in Ovenclean’s service are up by 80 per cent compared to the same period in 2010, the company reports. Ovenclean is hoping to see customer enquires increase further during the next few months. People will be either preparing their ovens for winter cooking in...
Four years after launching their Ovenclean franchise in Egham and Staines, Fatih and Tracey Tek are well on the way to establishing their business dream.
Such was Rob Eaton’s success after becoming an Ovenclean franchise owner earlier this year, his brother Ray has followed suit.
For John and Alison Cattermole, Ovenclean has proved to be their dream franchise, allowing them to build a strong, profitable business with the flexibility to work around the needs of their young son.
Determined Debbie Pell is in the business of taking the headache out of housework for busy house owners, cleaning their ovens until they sparkle and leaving hobs as good as new. Despite the difficult economic climate, she has become so busy with new enquiries for her service that she has decided...
Having launched his Ovenclean business in Hornchurch last year, franchise owner Robbie Freeman has discovered the opportunity has more than met all his expectations
One of the UK’s longest established and most successful domestic oven cleaning franchises, Ovenclean, has signed up to a new advertising campaign with JamieOliver.com, to highlight to customers that good cooking starts with a clean oven. The deal is part of a national marketing campaign, aimed at...
Make 2011 the year you invest in an Ovenclean franchise and generate a great living right from the start. Ovenclean is the UK’s original oven cleaning specialist with a network of established franchisees. Ovenclean franchisees receive a high standard of training and ongoing support which...
Within months of losing his job, Cliff Lowe was running a successful business as an Ovenclean franchise owner