Former retail guru Caroline Campbell is set to clean up the homes of Staines, Egham, Chertsey, Virginia Water and their surrounds with the launch of her own eco-friendly domestic cleaning and home care franchise business.
Caroline, who has lived in Chertsey for 15 years, is leaving behind a career of 30 years working for and heading up operations for major national retailers, from Mothercare and Woolworths to Jessops. Her most recent role was head of operations for Clintons, managing a budget of £34million and providing operational direction and support to 400 shops and over 3500 staff.
Now Caroline will be leaving behind the big brands and global travel to set up her own business managing a team of local cleaners to deliver ethical, professional and eco-friendly housekeeping services that include cleaning, tidying and laundry.
Unlike many housekeeping and cleaning firms, Caroline will only be using eco-friendly and natural products to clean her houses, something that has become increasingly popular with the growth of allergies and concerns about toxic products in the home. Caroline is also looking forward to creating a number of local jobs in the area and to becoming more connected with the community where she has lived since 2000.
"I’ve always loved living in Chertsey but have had to work away a lot for the past 15 years. This year I decided to take the plunge and launch my own business that would let me bring a great service and new jobs to the community that I love.
Like many women I’ve spent years balancing home and work and I’ve always taken a great deal of pride in keeping my house looking great which is why launching Bright & Beautiful was the perfect business for me. We only use eco-friendly products that clean and nourish furniture and surfaces but won’t cause allergies, something that is increasingly important to many people.
I’m really looking forward to building the business in Staines, Chertsey and other local towns, to employing other women and to giving local families their hugely important leisure time back by taking on all of those cleaning, tidying and ironing jobs that eat into their free time and weekends."
Bright & Beautiful is an award-winning business model that was founded by entrepreneur Rachel Ray in 2007. A busy working mum herself, Rachel spotted a gap in the market for a domestic cleaning company that provided full fair employment rights for its team, non-toxic cleaning products and an exceptional housekeeping service for its clients. Since then the business has grown from strength to strength with franchisees around the UK employing carefully vetted professional housekeepers and servicing thousands of clients.
Malvern couple Stuart Callister and Eve Winkler are celebrating a hugely successful first year in business running their Bright & Beautiful franchise.
Milton Keynes mum Cecilia Amaeshike is swapping higher education for housekeeping as she launches her own Bright & Beautiful business.
Katarina Ocalan is swapping banking and finance for cleaning and ironing as she launches her own Bright and Beautiful business in Wallington.
Tracey Wheat is swapping cats and dogs for cleaning and ironing as she launches her own Bright & Beautiful business.
Katie Astles is swapping IT for ironing as she launches her own eco-friendly Bright and Beautiful franchise.
Joy Sargeant is swapping HR for housekeeping as she launches her own Bright & Beautiful business in Birmingham.
Silviu Bompa has now swapped hospitality for housekeeping with the launch of his own eco-friendly domestic homecare business in Chester, Bright & Beautiful.
Lynn Hutchinson brings health conscious housekeeping to Glasgow with Bright & Beautiful.
Simon and Liz Baker are about to embark on their first business venture together, running Bright & Beautiful in Sutton Coldfield.
Katalin Pfortner is on a mission to prove that you really can balance work and a family with the launch of her Bright & Beautiful business.
Helen Opie started her Bright & Beautiful business as it allows her to have a career that is both flexible and family friendly.
Gary Ross decided to launch his own Bright & Beautiful business which would enable him to work locally and see more of his young family.
Julie Brookes is leaving behind a successful 25 year career working as a PA to build her own domestic cleaning and homecare business.
Former CID police officer and mum of two Marie Mariegaard has launched her own Bright & Beautiful business.
Carly-Ann Cole is set to clean up the homes of Redhill and Reigate with her Bright & Beautiful business.
Domestic cleaning and home care business Bright and Beautiful welcomes on board four new business owners.
Jo Wilkinson decided to help look after the homes and families of Lincoln with her Bright and Beautiful domestic cleaning business.
Hayley talks about the Bright and Beautiful business that she runs with her husband, Adam, in Manchester, Wilmslow and Alderley Edge.
Stevenage mum, Lucie Edwards, swaps commuting for cleaning with Bright and Beautiful.
Sarah Cox will be launching her own Bright and Beautiful cleaning business caring for the homes and families of Nottingham.
Diane Levitt talks to us about her Bright and Beautiful business in Shrewsbury & Telford
Faye McDonough tells us about running her Bright & Beautiful business and being a mum!
Bright & Beautiful has been featured in many publications including The Mail on Sunday Magazine, The Guardian, Red magazine and Good Housekeeping
Bright & Beautiful are bringing this industry up to date with ethical and fair opportunities for team members and eco-friendly cleaning products
Bright & Beautiful’s Franchise System was awarded 93% 'outstanding' in a benchmark survey