Anago Cleaning Systems Named A Top Franchise
Anago Cleaning Systems released a statement announcing that it has moved up five spots to #33 in Entrepreneur magazine’s yearly Franchise 500 ranking. The company also retains its #2 spot in its industry category on the list, which recognizes the top 500 franchises that continue to evolve and maintain relevance with the latest trends, while reporting the greatest growth.
“Anago Cleaning Systems is proud to be recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine for the quality and dynamic franchise growth of our franchise model,” said Adam Povlitz, CEO and president of Anago Cleaning Systems, in a press release. “2020 was particularly challenging for all industries and Anago was proud to be considered an essential, frontline business tasked with keeping, schools, hospitals, and many different types of businesses safe and open during the pandemic. Our Franchisees relied on our brand’s core values to navigate the changing landscape, continue growth, implement new and innovative technologies, while keeping their strong passion for service.”
Anago Cleaning Systems is consistently recognized within Entrepreneur’s suite of ranking systems, earning the #14 fastest growing franchise last year. Anago Cleaning Systems’ position on the ranking demonstrates the brand’s rising popularity with both franchisees and customers.
“The importance of commercial cleaning has been re-defined due to COVID-19,” added Povlitz. “What we’ve experienced with global events such as the 2008 financial meltdown, the spread of the H1N1 virus in 2009 and now the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 is that people turn to franchises that offer essential services still needed despite times of a strained economy. As an industry, we expect to see continued growth and expansion as we continue to live with the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The Franchise 500 is an annual listing of the top 500 American franchising companies compiled by Entrepreneur magazine through a submission and review process. The list includes both public and privately held companies and has been published annually since 1979. The magazine compiles its ranking of the companies on a set of criteria — franchises are assessed across five pillars including: costs and fees, size and growth, support, financial strength and stability, and brand strength.
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