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The Benefits Of Events Such As The Cleaning Show, Clean Buildings Expo
I recently returned from attending and presenting at The Cleaning Show in London. This is the largest industry event for the United Kingdom, attracting thousands of cleaning professionals and more than a hundred premier manufacturers from Europe. I was there to give an afternoon keynote presentation on “Five Trends Changing The Contract Cleaning Market.” (If you are curious, I identified robotics, the Internet of Things, new office layouts, escalating infections in commercial facilities and Millennials as the biggest issues.)
This was my first time at The Cleaning Show, and it was extremely worthwhile. I had a chance to see European product innovations, only some of which are available in the United States. I was also able to network with international building service contractors. It’s through opportunities like these that we can share different perspectives and ideas, as well as learn from each other and find new ways to solve our challenges. After all, as the cleaning industry becomes increasingly global, end users will be facing similar challenges throughout the world — a point I emphasized during my presentation.
BSCs should take advantage of any opportunities to attend trade shows and conferences. The knowledge you take away will be worth any costs accrued. That’s why I’m excited to announce that Contracting Profits’ parent company, Trade Press Media Group, is debuting a new event for the cleaning industry in March 2018 in Baltimore. Clean Buildings Expo is a two-day trade show specifically for end users. In addition to the exhibit hall, there will be robust education sessions covering the latest trends, strategies and products, plus fun networking gatherings.
Clean Buildings Expo is co-located with Trade Press’ successful NFMT Baltimore show, which is the largest event in the facilities management market. This co-location presents an opportunity for BSCs and their customers to better understand each other’s trends and challenges.
For more information on Clean Buildings Expo turn to page 8 and visit www.cleanbuildingsexpo.com.
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