DBS has launched a new website for the UK’s leading domestic cleaning franchise.Time For You covers the UK, Ireland, Australia and Norway. The new website allows its customers to arrange online booking and payment for domestic cleaning services.“We’ve had great feedback so far from our franchisees and are really pleased with the new site,” said Sam Stawarz, Operations Director of Time For You.
Time For You held a successful AGM at the Northampton Marriott on Saturday 19th November with over 160 franchisees in attendance plus six members of the DBS team. As one of the UK's largest domestic cleaning franchises, Time For You continue to grow and dominate the market. They have recently expanded their franchise operation into Australia and Norway. DBS developed the Time For You website and at the AGM they unveiled a fresh, updated design which will be rolled out in the new year. "DBS has always had a great business relationship with Time For You" said DBS director David Clarke. "We're really excited about the new website and systems that DBS has built to handle Time For You's expansion into Australia and Scandinavia." Time For You director Sam Stawarz commented: "DBS give our business great support - not only do they look after our website and content marketing but also the online marketing for over 50 of our franchisees."
Oven Wizards are building a reputation as the UK's most trusted oven cleaning company. They recently held a well attended annual conference in Stratford-upon-Avon with DBS as guests of honour. Franchisors John Graham and Mark Abbott have rapidly taken the number of Oven Wizards franchises in the UK to over 50. DBS developed the current Oven Wizards website but they are working in the wings on a new version of the website that will have a brighter, cleaner and more modern feel. The prototype design was well received at the conference. During the conference DBS director David Clarke spoke to the franchisees about the online marketing strategies that are driving customers to ask Oven Wizards to do the job most people hate. Matt Rayner, James Hopkins, Julie Priestley and David were on hand to hold twenty minute 1:1 workshops where franchisees got to grips with the latest online marketing techniques. "I just want to say thank you to Team DBS for giving up their Saturday to be with us," said franchisor Mark Abbott. "The feedback from the franchisees was that they found it useful to hear from DBS."