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ISSA/INTERCLEAN PREVIEW


WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR...


Alongside the hundreds of exhibitors from around the world, organisers at ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam have put together an exciting, informative and entertaining programme of seminars and conferences throughout the show. Here are just a few highlights at this year’s event.


Key thought-leaders from the cleaning industry and beyond have been signed up by ISSA to deliver a programme of exciting and inspirational educational seminars, panel discussions and forums at the ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam show this year.


The programme, according to organisers, is an engaging combination of in-depth seminars and discussions, held in the RAI Amsterdam’s Elicium building, twinned with quick-fire, lunch and learn sessions in the exhibition’s new InnovationLAB area, which can be found on the show floor in Hall 9.


The key themes range from seminars on the recent shake-ups in the cleaning sector’s supply chain; the comparative advantages of leasing or buying equipment; and the opportunities offered by the EU Circular Economy package for the professional cleaning industry. Breakthrough ideas on developing new sales strategies for cleaning professionals will also be covered extensively. In particular, talks on selling through connecting cleaning with safety and changing the sales narrative from cost to profit are likely to appeal to wide audiences.


One of the hottest trends in the cleaning industry over the next few years is likely to be connected cleaning and the application of technology to the cleaning industry. The ISSA educational programme positively addresses this topic too at the show with sessions outlining both the impact and potential of leveraging big data and the benefits of deploying robot machines.


To see the full seminar programme click here. Further resources and information on many of the subjects covered by the educational programme will be available on the ISSA’s stand in Hall 6 at the show (06.105).


www.tomorrowscleaning.com PICK OF THE POPS


TUESDAY 10TH MAY Innovation Awards


Ceremony - InnovationLAB Bound to be one of the highlights of the show, the Amsterdam Innovation Award Ceremony will showcase some of the most innovative products on the market today. This year’s awards received 110 entries – a record number of entrants, which reflects the industry’s growing commitment to promoting change and innovation. Of these entries, nine have been shortlisted across three different categories – Machines, Accessories and Components, Equipment/Tools for Cleaning, Care and Safety, and Management, Training Solutions and Related Products. Check out the Show Guide in our May issue to see who the lucky nine are, and be sure to follow the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Twitter page (@TomoCleaning) for live updates of the winners at the show.


WEDNESDAY 11TH MAY


13.00 - InnovationLAB The Internet of Things: How do we leverage so much data? Ian Campbell, Technology Services Director, Grosvenor Services


Increased buzz around the ‘Internet of Things’ and ‘Big Data’ has cleaning managers excited about the information they can capture and deliver. The potential productivity revolution that could result from these technological advances will only happen by honing in on the high- value, target-rich data with the largest footprint to impact your organisation. Learn more about how to harness available information for maximum impact in the commercial cleaning


and facility services industries. Due to anticipated high levels of interest, this session will also be repeated on Thursday, 12 May at 13:30.


THURSDAY 12TH MAY


13.00 - InnovationLAB Robotic Developments to Meet Facility Needs Gabriele Cesari, Innovation Manager, Manutencoop Facility Management SpA; Nicola Flores, Marketing Specialist, FIMAP SpA


Learn from the current, EU-funded consortium that is seeking to develop the next generation of robotic cleaning innovation through a collaborative effort of facility decision makers, cleaning organisations, and manufacturers.


14:00 – Elicium Building Redefining Innovation – Opportunities of the EU Circular Economy package for the professional cleaning Industry Sponsored by Werner & Mertz Professional


Here attendees can learn from a top Brussels insider – Dr. Hugo-Maria Schally, Head of Unit Eco-Innovation and Circular Economy, Directorate General for the Environment, Directorate Green Economy of the European Commission – regarding the opportunities that await cleaning industry organisations within the EU- Circular Economy package. This will be followed by a panel discussion between a circular economy pioneer and four leaders representing the professional cleaning chemical, equipment, machine and facility service sectors.


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