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THE CLEANING SHOW PREVIEW


Celebrating Innovation


Judging will take place on the first day of the Cleaning Show, with the big winners being announced in the Cleaning Show Theatre later in the day. Entries are open to a range of categories, with an overall title also up for grabs.


Exhibitors wanting to enter the competition can do on the Cleaning Show website here. Entry is completely free of charge, but whatever the product, it must be


The categories for the 2015 Innovation Awards are: • Cleaning Products • Floor Cleaning • Outdoor Cleaning • Carpet Cleaning • Window Cleaning • Washroom Hygiene • Sustainable Cleaning • Management Systems • Overall Winner


One of the star attractions at this year’s Cleaning Show will be the return of the Innovation Awards. Exhibitors at the show have been encouraged by the event organisers to put forward their innovative products or services to be judged by their panel of experts.


exhibited at the Show. Products entered also cannot have previously been shown at a cleaning-related exhibition in England.


All hopeful entrants need to do is submit a 250-word description of their product, along with a picture, to the Cleaning Show website. Entries will be open until Friday 27th February, so anyone wishing to enter is encouraged to get their innovations in as soon as possible.


The Professional Judging Panel


• Stan Atkins, CEO, British Institute of Cleaning Science


• Justin Calver, COO, BICS Business Services


• Doug Cooke, Chairman, British Cleaning Council


• Paul Pearce, CEO, National Association of Carpet Cleaners


• Scott Smith, Executive, Federation of Window Cleaners


• Paul Thrupp, Director of Cleaning, OCS Group


• Bob Vincent, Chairman, LCC Support Services


• Neil Nixon, Editor, Cleaning & Maintenance


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