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Partner Up The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), the largest independent, professional and educational body within the cleaning industry, offers a warm welcome to visitors attending this year’s Cleaning Show at London’s ExCel.

This year sees the show move to London for the fi rst time and BICSc is delighted to be part of this important industry event. With the number of pre-registered visitors up by 60% on last time around, the move to the capital looks to be well vindicated.

These are important times for the cleaning sector and the institute has decided to share a stand this year with the British Cleaning Council, to show their support for them and UK cleaning industry.

BICSc has been providing training and assessment for over 40 years, and as a scientifi c and educational institution, it is recognised for providing one of the most advanced, comprehensive and stringent set of standards within the cleaning industry.

The Institute’s CEO, Stan Atkins, said: “As one of the UK’s major service providers, we’re really looking forward to this year’s Cleaning Show, our presence there is very much to help rather than sell, so please do come and fi nd us on the BCC stand”.

If you would like to discuss BICSc Membership, Qualifi cations, Training, International Business or the much talked about Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS), BICSc would be happy to answer any questions.

An Excel-lent Move

Every two years the Cleaning Show is held to showcase the UK cleaning industry, and 2015 is arguably the most important show to date after organisers decided to move the show to London’s Excel Arena.

BCC Chairman Doug Cooke says the move to London is the shot in the arm the show needed.

“The Cleaning Show had been held at the NEC in Birmingham for a number of years, and there’s no doubt that attendance had been in decline. I understand that people in Scotland, the North and Northern Ireland do have further to travel, but when you look at the facts, the major businesses are based in London and the South of England, and certainly most of the buyers for the big cleaning organisations, the NHS, and


Vax Commercial are hoping to take The Cleaning Show by storm this year, introducing the sector to innovation in cordless technology, as well as demonstrating top performing vacuums and exciting developments in carpet washing.

The Vax Commercial brand will be hard to miss this year with live demonstrations and a sneak peak of new and upcoming products. They have grown from strength to strength across the UK, with a strong portfolio of cleaning products, including the now iconic ‘orange tub’ vacuum range that boasts models with A-rated fi ltration and energy effi ciency.

One of the highlights of their exhibition will be the opportunity to view the recently launched VCC-08A tub vacuum,

various government departments, are based in the South, so it makes sense to move to the Excel.”

The move to London does seem to be well vindicated as pre-registered visitors are well up on the same period before the previous show in 2013, with fl oor space at the Excel being expanded a number of times to accommodate the growing number of sponsors.

Doug Cooke added: “It’s going to be a truly memorable event this year, and I would advise anyone in the cleaning industry to come along. Apart from anything else it’s a great excuse to have a couple of days out of the offi ce – take the Cleaning Show in during the day and explore London’s vibrant nightlife later in the evening.”

designed from the ground up by their in-house engineering team, based in Birmingham. Built with the user in mind, it boasts an A-rating along with an ultra-lightweight, ergonomic design that makes it easy to clean up in the toughest of work environments.

Tough Competition For The

Mop And Bucket The brand new VCSD-03 Hard Floor Spot Washer will offi cially be launched at the show, and is set to make waves, as it introduces the brand’s new cordless technology into the commercial environment.

It is designed for cleaning hard fl oors in restaurants, kitchens, washrooms and retail lobbies,

where accidental spills or ‘fl oods’ can occur. It’s a versatile and more hygienic alternative to

the traditional mop and bucket; putting down clean water as well as instantly extracting dirty water or spills into a separate tank, whilst also scrubbing fl oors. 37

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