Cleaning up to enjoy a business boom

CONFIDENT her product would find ready consumer acceptance, Barb de Corti established Enjo in Perth in 1994 with just $40,000 in savings.

Seven years later, Ms de Corti has turned the cleaning products import business into a multi-million dollar enterprise, employing 1,120 sales consultants and with turnover of more than $20 million dollars, making it WA’s fastest growing business.

It’s been a steep climb for Ms de Corti. Three years ago the company employed 25 consultants and had a turnover of just $1.5 million.

Ms de Corti plans to take the winning formula to the eastern states.

According to research by Business Review Weekly, Enjo heads a strong field of WA companies included among the 100 fastest growing Australian businesses.

A total of 13 Western Australian businesses made it to the list.

Atlas Pacific and Troy Resources were ranked ninth and 10th respectively, while Plan B Financial Services, Nationwide Termite

and Pest Management, RentSmart, Pretzel Logic, the National Liquor Company, Complete Scaffolding, Goundrey Wines, Touchstone Colour, Phoenix Academy and Manjimup Syndicate Coolstores also made

the list.

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