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Editor’sVoice The future of our cleaning industry


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Editorial Group Editor Charlotte Taylor charlotte@opusbusinessmedia.co.uk Assistant Editor Karen Asbury karen@opusbusinessmedia.co.uk


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Welcome to the 2011/2012 Tomorrow’s Cleaning Yearbook.


Usually when I write my Editor’s Voice, I find the words come to me quite easily, but when faced with the thought of writing an overview of the next 12 months, I wanted to take a moment to think.


Since last year’s Yearbook, when the industry was beginning to claw its way back after a difficult 2009, I’m pleased to say that the industry is continuing on that path back to normality.


The turning point, in my opinion, was the return of ISSA/Interclean, back in April last year. It was my first show and I was more than impressed; there was innovation spanning from corner to corner and I left with many products to write about and a feeling of pride. Let’s hope that we can continue growing steadily as the months pass and 2011 turns into 2012. Perhaps this Yearbook will be a reminder of just how far the industry has come?


The Tomorrow’s Cleaning Yearbook offers you a definitive reference guide for the Cleaning Industry, in an easily-readable format. The next time you need a certain product or service; we know you will turn to the Yearbook for the solution.


It isn’t always easy to find a comprehensible guide to the industry - with everything arranged in one accessible place. From Associations to Working at Height, whoever you need to speak to, or whatever product you need, you will find it nestled between these pages.


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Our “What’s On?” guide tells you the places to be and people to see. Our Useful Contacts page lists those all important numbers for when you need help, advice, or simply just that right person to talk to. Our alphabetised industry sectors mean that you can easily locate a manufacturer, supplier or a service provider quickly and efficiently.


We hope you enjoy this Yearbook and it will serve you well this year! All the best,


Charlotte Taylor, Editor B.A. (Hons) Journalism


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