The franchising market in Kenya is steadily growing and evolving from single-unit owners to multi-unit operators. A general gap in our economy today, is linking entrepreneurs with scalable business projects that continuously articulate the need to create sufficient employment opportunities to captivate the country’s growing labour force.
Extreme clean is a franchise division of Alibhai Shariff launching a car wash project that enables the youth, women and entrepreneurs in general to build self-economic power.
The extreme clean franchise set up its first car wash franchise in Kiambu county with expansion plans happening all over the country creating jobs for over 200 youths. Using a business model that links entrepreneurs to possible sources of funding, extreme clean also offers major benefits to their franchiser constituting to high success rate like brand strength, continuous marketing strategies, trainings, service and maintenance contracts, as well as technology advances
“By 2018 we want to have 1000 outlets set up in Kenya creating one million jobs to women and the youth in this country,” Imran Khan CEO Extreme clean.
The Franchise business seems to exhibit the pattern of establishing franchising outlets within major shopping malls around the country like Thika road mall, garden city mall as well as other high traffic areas. Investors in the franchise vary from individuals to county governments and have a revolving fund that continues to open up car wash outlets in various parts of the country.
The expansion plans of this franchise is growing extensively to other aspects like water recycling , water bottling , waterless car wash technologies and other cleaning services .