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ISSA/INTERCLEAN PREVIEW


DEB STAND 10.203


Deb, suppliers of skincare products and hand sanitising solutions, will be exhibiting products from the new Deb Stoko®


range at ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2016.


For more than 80 years, Deb Group has been establishing skincare programmes for all types of workplaces and public environments – from healthcare and commercial applications, to construction and industrial worksites. These programmes go far beyond simply supplying the products; they help employers to better communicate the importance of skincare and hand hygiene to their employees, and provide the materials to drive engagement in best skincare practices.


Deb’s focus is to ‘Make Hands Matter in the Workplace’ and at ISSA/ INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2016, they will be showing visitors exactly how this can be achieved.


The Deb Stoko® range is world’s most


comprehensive occupational skincare offering. Deb’s stand at ISSA will be divided into four islands that represent each stage of Deb’s four-step skincare programme: protect, cleanse, sanitise, restore. At each island, visitors will be


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Not only will Tomorrow’s Cleaning be covering ISSA/Interclean for you, we’ll also be exhibiting once more with our very own stand.


We will be providing our own coverage of the event, with plenty of video footage, pictures and interviews coming direct from the show floor. Be sure to check out the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Twitter page (@TomoCleaning) for some exclusive live updates throughout the course of the 4-day extravaganza.


If you’d like to meet the team behind your favourite cleaning magazine (wink wink) to share your innovations, pitch feature ideas, discuss advertising opportunities or generally find out


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more about what we have to offer, then please do stop by the stand and say hello. If I’m not there myself, one of our team will be on hand to help you out with any queries that you may have.


Tomorrow’s Cleaning is your digital magazine for the cleaning sector. With coverage on the very latest news, products and legislation, it is the perfect way to keep right up to date with what is going on in the industry.


Our unique digital format means that you can read Tomorrow’s Cleaning anytime, anywhere, whether it’s at work, at home or on the go via the Opus Business Media app on your tablet or smartphone.


As a magazine, we pride ourselves on the quality of our editorial, and throughout our monthly titles, you’ll


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find exclusive comment, features and interviews with industry professionals, alongside case studies which showcase the best that the cleaning industry has to offer.


Distributed to more than 58,000 cleaning professionals within healthcare and nursing, hotel and leisure, education establishments and contract cleaning, no other media gives you such broad exposure.


Feel free to come and talk to us to find out how you can get involved!


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


able to sample several products from the Deb Stoko®


Refresh™ Series washroom cleanser, and InstantFOAM®


range, including the Complete – an


alcohol-based foam hand sanitiser that is proven to kill 99.999% of bacteria.


In addition to its skin products, Deb will be showcasing technological solutions at its ‘Innovation Corner’. Deb will be presenting items such


as DebMed® GMS™ System – a


revolutionary technology that monitors and reports on hand hygiene compliance in healthcare establishments, with the ultimate aim of reducing HAIs by instilling a habitual culture of good hand hygiene amongst employees.


www.debgroup.com


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