In The News – Aussie Pooch Christine Taylor
We are always excited to see our Members enjoy the accolades and PR value that comes from being featured in media articles and stories.
F-magazine celebrates Australian female success across ages, industries and lifestyles. Launched on International Women’s Day 2018, the online magazine – is supported by a weekly e-newsletter, emailed to 26,000 plus readers each Monday.
We are delighted to see member Christine Taylor, Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash featured this week.
Christine Taylor is an entrepreneur who started her business, the Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash, at the age of 16. Through much hard work, her innovative dog clipping and grooming service grew over the next few years and in 1991 Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash was created and launched.
The Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash offers a variety of services that are available to all dog breeds. The business offers free quotes before getting started to ensure your Pooch is getting the correct services that are required.
Since launching Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash 29 years ago, Christine has been forever learning and growing and improving the system to ensure its success and with the ability to embrace change when needed.
The business that launched her career grew into a company that now has almost 200 operators Australia wide.
As well as sharing her wealth of knowledge and passion with her franchisees, Christine has been an active member of Women’s Network Australia since 1996 and has been a valuable member always working hard to empower other women.
Over the duration that Christine has been managing director for Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash, she has obtained several awards of excellence.
Now, after 29 years, Christine has made the decision to step away from the business, leaving it in the capable hands of Paul Walters who worked as General Manager of the business for the past five years.
For the full editorial, please follow this link to F-Magazine.