Still on the fence on whether to attend this year’s show? Steinbach says executives who send their top people to the show will help them gain a more well-rounded understanding of the industry, as well as establish valuable contacts with the right peers, partners and experts.

“The show really holds different value for different people, but the common theme is that what you’re looking for in your department, in your individual job, can be found at ISSA/INTERCLEAN if you look closely enough,” says Steinbach. “You get out of it what you put into it. And what you go to the show for may be different than what one of your top staff might get out of it.”

The week of ISSA/INTERCLEAN is a can’t miss event. It’s a great opportunity for new employees to experience the immense size and scope of the cleaning industry. And for returning veterans, it’s a nice break from the daily routine and a chance to re-connect with old friends and peers.

“There is something to be said for the lift you get after being with 16,000 people who are committed to protecting public health through cleaning,” says Steinbach. “It’s a great chance to re-energize so you can hit the office with an even better attitude and stronger commitment to creating success.” 

NICK BRAGG is a freelance writer based in Milwaukee.

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