Bright & Beautiful a domestic housekeeping service provider, part of the Dwyer Group, has a nationwide franchise network which has exceeded a £6million annual turnover this month, its highest revenue point since the company launched in Manchester in 2007.
The award-winning Cheadle based business has added five new franchisees to its network already this year, taking it to 56 nationwide, employing over 500 people and delivering more than 10,000 home service cleans per month. Bright & Beautiful now plans to create 500 new professional housekeeper roles by 2021, bringing the talented workforce to over 1000.
The company has also expanded its franchise support team to eight and the marketing department to a team of four, with additional Head Office recruitment planned for later in the year.
Bright & Beautiful’s franchise network turnover has grown by more than £1m since the company became part of the Dwyer Group in 2017, one of the world’s largest parent companies of trade service brands. The majority of this revenue growth is due to the expansion of the individual franchises locally and to the franchisees achieving ambitious business goals. Bright & Beautiful has also developed a range of new revenue channels including seasonal and one-off client cleans.
Sue Moore, President of Bright & Beautiful, said: “As a business we have grown consistently since we began, fuelled by the fact that one in four UK households now relies on some form of domestic help. Our national growth strategy means that we are now on target to create a further 500 jobs across the UK over the next three years.
Our franchise network has already created in excess of 500 professional housekeeping jobs which offer either full time working arrangements or family friendly part time hours. Ethical employment has long been a vital component of our business; in an industry where zero hours contracts or self-employment can be the norm, our professional housekeepers benefit from holiday pay, full employment rights and progressive career opportunities. These are jobs that are not only helping women and men into work and serving our local communities but are also contributing significantly to our regional and national economy.”