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THE CLEANING SHOW PREVIEW


Careers Clinic: Meet and discuss career opportunities in the cleaning industry with clinic sponsors FM Network.


The Cleaning Show Innovation Awards: The Cleaning Show Innovation Awards have been updated and improved, and companies can enter simply by visiting the Cleaning Show website before the entry deadline of 28th February. Categories include: cleaning products; floor cleaning; outdoor cleaning; carpet cleaning; window cleaning; washroom hygiene; sustainable cleaning; and management systems – together with a panel of professional judges who will ensure an awards programme that is better than ever.


The Award winners will be announced in the Seminar Theatre at 4.15pm on Tuesday 10 March.


Who should attend? Everyone who has an interest in the commercial cleaning sector should attend The Cleaning Show 2015.


In a nutshell, visitors will include: • Contract cleaning companies. • In-house cleaning teams. • Specialist cleaning companies.


Facility managers from a wide range of industries including:


• Educational establishments. • Finance/insurance establishments.


• Hospitals and healthcare establishments.


• Industrial and manufacturing premises, and warehouses.


• Leisure and hospitality facilities. • Local and central government. • Public services. • Residential and nursing homes.


• Retail outlets and shopping centres.


• Offices. • Transport providers.


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Platinum Sponsorship: For the first time in the Cleaning Show’s history, Mitie is sponsoring the event. As well as presenting a number of keynotes in the Seminar Theatre, Mitie is working hard to attract visitors from its existing and potential customer base.


The Exclusive VIP Lounge: This private area – constructed at the heart of the main exhibition - offers visitors and exhibitors a venue to hold meetings and one-to-one discussions.


A Series of Social and Networking Events: The Cleaning Show represents the largest gathering of cleaning professionals and hygiene experts in the UK and is the ideal place to attend meetings and network with customers and colleagues, old and new. A programme of social events has been devised, and a number of industry associations will be taking the opportunity to hold meetings and stage presentations during the Cleaning Show.


Twitter Sessions: Small businesses who want to find out how to use and engage with social media to their advantage can learn how to set up Twitter tweets effectively by having a free training session with a social media expert.


The Guinness World Record Attempt: Terry ‘Turbo’ Burrows, the world’s fastest window cleaner, is throwing down the gauntlet, challenging window cleaners from across the globe to take him on and take his crown. The official world record challenge event which is being sponsored by Unger and Principle Window Cleaning and will take place on Wednesday 11 March. Would be record breakers can enter by completing the form on the Cleaning Show website. Anyone holding a new world record after the event will receive a cash prize of £1,000.


Over 100 Industry-Leading Companies Showcased Within the Exhibition: The UK cleaning industry’s main producers and suppliers of machines, products and services will demonstrate their latest, cutting edge solutions. Amongst the major brands attending the event are Vax, Numatic, HSS Reintec, SYR, IPC, Vileda, Nilfisk, Prochem, Rubbermaid, Truvox, and Unger, to name but a few.


Registration to attend is completely free-of-charge so sign up now at www.cleaningshow.co.uk.


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