Having spent nearly 30 years in the corporate world, Kwame is familiar with all aspects of business. Kwame received an early retirement package last year, and he says, “While I did not want to stop working all together, I was interested in going into business for myself.” Franchising quickly became the most ideal option for Kwame, as he did not want to operate a business on his own or start from scratch.
When looking into franchise opportunities, Kwame was torn between two potential franchises but narrowed his search down to The Cleaning Authority because he could be a brand ambassador for the company in the state. “The determining factor was selecting a franchise that fit my current lifestyle and TCA has a sophisticated system and an impressive yet simple business,” he said.
Kwame and his wife have lived in Lynnfield for many years. One of their sons is a junior at Lynnfield High School and the older son attends a private high school in North Carolina. Kwame’s wife is a physician who works at a children’s hospital in Boston. She is the director of the neonatal care unit.
Kwame is proudly establishing the first The Cleaning Authority in Massachusetts and he is confident the brand will grow in the area.