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The Cleaning Show 2015: Industry


Leaders Confirm Attendance Leading cleaning industry companies – including Numatic International, Prochem Europe, Reintec – have now signed up to exhibit at The Cleaning Show 2015, which makes its move to ExCel, London next March following widespread industry demand.


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“Since our recent announcements about the development of The Cleaning Show, together with Mitie’s support for the event as Platinum Sponsor, interest in stand space and confi rmed bookings has seen a rapid acceleration,” said Steve Diprose, Vice President of exhibitions at Quartz Business Media. “Our list of stand reservations has grown signifi cantly since the beginning of this year, but what really pleases me is the number of signed contracts we have received. We are now in discussion with the logistics team at ExCel to expand the footprint of the event to accommodate the increase in demand.”


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The Cleaning Show 2015 takes place from 10th-12th March 2015 at London’s ExCel Exhibition Centre. The event is organised by BCCE Ltd, a company jointly owned by the British Cleaning Council and Quartz Business Media, and the growing and confi rmed list of contracted exhibitors is available to view online.


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Paul Lewis, Managing Director of Reintec Cleaning Equipment Services, said: “Reintec is a unique proposition in the cleaning market and The Cleaning Show is a fantastic platform through which to share our story with the industry. Last year’s show was great, but the new location and format will help us to reach an


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even wider audience with even better networking opportunities. We’re really looking forward to it.”


Steve continued: “The companies that have recently signed up demonstrate that The Cleaning Show at London’s ExCel will be the ‘event’ that this industry deserves. Attendees will witness the transformation of an ordinary industry exhibition into an exciting industry-focused networking event.


“We already have details of additional attractions to run alongside the show, which include a number of social events making the most of London’s attractions, a parallel programme of lectures delivered in two theatres, VIP areas to ensure visitors get the most from their visit, a number of specialist ‘zones’ on the show fl oor, together with awards and competitions. I am also pleased to announce that we have recently added the World Window Cleaning Challenge to our list of attractions that, in a sponsored tournament, will see the world’s fastest window cleaners compete for the ultimate crown.


“This is just the beginning and we will be announcing other signifi cant developments in the next few weeks. Details of Mitie’s sponsorship activities will also be unveiled in the coming months, but in the meantime, the company will be taking an active role, working with us to ensure the visitor profi le is enhanced, attracting attendance from contract cleaning businesses, FM companies, and property owners in greater numbers than at any previous Cleaning Show.”


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