Close up of employee talk on video call on laptop with diverse colleagues, worker speak on web conference with multiracial coworkers, have online briefing with team, use Webcam on computer, the information resource for the cleaning industry, and the online home of Sanitary Maintenance, Contracting Profits, and Facility Cleaning Decisions magazines, is hosting the upcoming free roundtable discussion, "Incorporating New Equipment and Products With Your Teams."

This 2-hour roundtable will be held online on Tuesday, June 22 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern Time. Building service contractors and facility cleaning managers are encouraged to attend. 

A panel of industry experts will lead a discussion on ways to research new technology and equipment, how to get purchase approval from senior management and how to get staff to buy-in on new products or processes. Panelists include Ben Walker, chief strategy officer at ManageMen, Inc., Gene Woodard, MCSCE, director of building services at the University of Washington, Eli Harris, president and co-founder of R-Zero, and Tony Brandsford, regional sales manager at Unger Enterprises. 

The roundtable will discuss: 

● How to evaluate new products and technologies in an oversaturated cleaning market. 

● How the University of Washington gets frontline buy-in from the initial product and technology discovery phase.

● How to identify funding sources, document return on investment and make procurement easier. 

● The importance of training to successfully implement new products and technology. 

“All cleaning operations need to make sure they are efficient and effective,” said Amy Brown, CleanLink’s Director of Events and Education. “This is especially true when bringing in new products and technologies. From researching and selection, to approval and implementation, there are many steps to take and many stakeholders to involve."

Brown continued, "This incredible group of industry experts will provide practical tips, best practices and real-world examples that BSCs and cleaning managers can immediately use when adding new products and technologies to the mix. The unique roundtable format allows for an interactive exchange of ideas and makes it easy for participants to ask questions and get definite solutions to their problems.”

Participants can earn 0.2 CEU, equaling two hours. Details and registration information can be found here.