Training week ends with a sparkle for newest franchisee

Karen Prewer and Josh El Gueddari
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The latest training week of a new franchise partner has gone really well for the team at My Window Cleaner, with Josh EL-Gueddari looking forward to the official launch of his business on the 13th November. The pre-start marketing campaign is gaining new customers every day, who have already been added to Josh’s busy diary!

Karen Prewer, My Window Cleaner founder and MD, comments:
“Being with Josh this week has been an absolute pleasure. He has soaked up so much information, in such a short time. The speed that he has been able to learn and implement a variety of new and different business skills, is really impressive. We have great confidence in Josh and welcome him to the My Window Cleaner family.”

Josh, a resident of Bournemouth for the past 20 years, said:
“I investigated many franchise opportunities, over a period of time, but My Window Cleaner was the one the stood out from the beginning. Having completed the training and spending time with the team, I know that I have made the right decision. I cannot wait to get started and am looking forward to building my business rapidly, knowing that I have got great professional support behind me.”

Dave Prewer, Director of My Window Cleaner and Ian Bradley, Franchise Director, were also present during the training. Josh has already spent time with our window cleaning team in North London, as well as undertaking a Health and Safety course organised by trade body the Federation of Window Cleaners.

The My Window Cleaner business model expects a franchise partner to grow their business rapidly through proven marketing methods, to allow them to start taking on staff by month seven and become a multi-van operation within 18 months. The training and support is ongoing and there is a continued development of systems and processes to make the franchise owner more efficient, allowing for a highly profitable business.