We’re letting you in on our little secret.
Today, Quayclean is unveiling a brand new identity… And we couldn’t be more excited to share it with you!
Because of you, our amazing team and customers, we’ve gone from strength to strength over almost 20 years. Our new look celebrates this new chapter and is specifically designed to reflect our growth and versatility.
The brand identity will be progressively unveiled in coming weeks, starting at the Royal Easter Show in Sydney tomorrow, where our teams will be wearing a uniform with the new brand.
Quayclean Chief Executive, Mark Piwkowski, said the new brand identity celebrates the evolution of the company and will appeal to a broader range of clientele and industries.
“The business has changed dramatically over the last 10 years, with the most obvious change being the growth in directly employed team members and the expansion of our customer base across Australia,” said Mr Piwkowski.
“We needed to ensure our brand reflects our team and these changes, plus our desire to showcase our range of services in new industries.
“During 2020, the team was able to demonstrate flexibility in how we work with our clients, and how we delivered innovative services and solutions while focusing on our people and their passion for what we do,” he added.
“In recent years, we have expanded our services portfolio with the introduction of high window and difficult access cleaning, waste and sustainability management, painting and property maintenance services.
“The outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic allowed us to establish Quay Supply Network and, more recently, we created the Quay Academy to train, mentor, and develop leadership talent from within the Quayclean team,” said Mr Piwkowski.
We will conduct a series of national staff launches where the new brand identity will be revealed together with the presentation of new uniforms to staff.
“Quayclean’s people are at the forefront in representing the brand and company culture, and they play a key role in building the company’s identity,” said Mr Piwkowski.