Along with the education, the convention offers plenty of networking opportunities that provide a chance to meet with other industry members and pick their brains, share tips and tricks, or just connect in general.
Immediately following O’Hagan’s keynote speech will be the Welcome Reception, which gives BSCs a nice way to unwind from a jam-packed day and mingle with industry peers.

Attendees have a couple chances to participate in networking roundtables. These quick sessions are a great way to share and compare advice with fellow contractors. Industry experts will moderate specific topics, and BSCs will have time to switch tables to be able to learn about a variety of subjects.
The New Member Booth Party was created to help welcome those who recently joined BSCAI. The party will take place at Booth 4147 at the ISSA/INTERCLEAN show and offer refreshments, along with the chance to meet some board members. However, all conference attendees, new or veteran, should be certain to stop by the Sponsor Reception for more relaxing and mingling.

Another event to look forward to is the awards breakfast at which BSCAI will honor industry excellence and accomplishments. The CLEAN Awards Program recognizes achievements in distinguished service, community service, safety, image, Cleaning For Health, employee work ethic and more.

In addition to ISSA/INTERCLEAN’s exhibit hall, there will also be several opportunities for BSCAI members to learn about new products from manufacturers at tabletop exhibits at the Contracting Success Conference.

The value to BSCAI members attending the Contracting Success Conference is immeasurable, enhanced by its co-location with ISSA/INTERCLEAN.

“Creating one can’t-miss week for BSCs by bringing together BSCAI’s industry-leading education with ISSA’s industry-leading trade show has proven very successful for our attendees and sponsors,” says Mundschenk. “We want to make our networking and education available to as many BSCs as we can; co-locating with ISSA helps us accomplish that goal. It’s a win-win, and we’re happy to make accessing what BSCAI has to offer contractors as easy as possible.”

Pamela Mills-Senn is a freelancer based in Long Beach, California.

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