Work from home
People join Kleeneze for lots of different reasons: to make a little extra cash to help the household finances; to be able to work flexible hours to fit around a busy family life; to satisfy career ambitions and financial goals. Neil’s real-life Kleeneze Story Working 60 hours per week as an account manager in the ...
In today’s climate, losing your job is a very real fear for many. Thoughts of how you will be able to pay for your mortgage and feed your kids can be an incredibly panic inducing one.
In the last twelve months, Kleeneze has seen enquires from 18 to 20-year-olds shoot up. Is it any surprise, though, as many struggle to afford university only to emerge to a lacklustre job market?
A couple who lost everything in the recession have avoided bankruptcy by trying their hand at ‘partirement’ – returning to work on a part time basis – with Kleeneze.
Caroline Lockwood (50) from Malmesbury works as a nurse, a teacher, a barmaid and, most recently, as a distributor for Kleeneze in order to provide for her three teenage children.
A former housewife and part-time hairdresser who was once forced to live off just £30 a week now runs a business with Kleeneze which brings in an annual salary of over £120,000.
Lorraine Balcombe (38) from Folkestone in Kent is celebrating after managing to whip both her body and her Kleeneze business into shape by losing over 13 and a half stone.