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Glenn Campbell

Over the past 35 years Glenn has worked in all cleaning arenas.

Starting his Management career as a trainee manager for Australia’s largest cleaning group in the mid 80’s then on to managing specialised contracts and completing his Australian term as Sydney Branch Manager in the Health Division of United Health Services

Returning to NZ and managing the Crothall Groups largest service branch for 2 years, Glenn took on the challenge to manage and organically grow a new cleaning service company.


Within three years from 1991-1995 through innovative creativities, not seen or used in the cleaning industry, the health division grew to service 70% of the District Health Boards (CHE’s in 1990’s) in both grounds, cleaning and porter services. Through transitional sale, Glenn transferred to Asia under new ownership (Jardine’s) to initially contract Hong Kong Queen Mary Hospital and the 650-service staff change over to contracted services.

Returning in 1995 back to NZ and going solo in Otago and Southland, Glenn’s Cleaning business grew over 10 years to be the largest privately-owned cleaning supplier in NZ. Selling in 2006 to work on ‘cleaning innovations’ and presenting in NZ Government innovation challenge, the DEX Cleaning System received the top award and $400K grant to patent and prototype.

Prototype was completed in 2011 and a stand down period of 5 years to have global patents and technology to assist in the final visionary results were completed in 2018. Dex is ready for market in 2020.

Glenn has a complete understanding of all that is cleaning and has an ability to deliver quality without the usual high labour costs.

Clean Start Consultancy is an offering that will allow businesses to look outside the normal cleaning companies and look at a future that benefits them and the cleaning operators, that actually deliver the ‘clean’ environment back to your business.

Engaging Clean Start will ensure your cleaning requirements a future set and not the bygone outmoded submissions that are still being used, based on low productivity and high labour charges 

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