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NEW ‘INNOVATION SHOWCASE’ FOR


CLEANING INDUSTRY The CSSA and the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) are creating an ‘Innovation Showcase’ to celebrate the cleaning industry’s brightest ideas.


To be held on 15 March 2018 at The Brewery, City of London, the event will showcase the most innovative products, services and initiatives in the industry.


Preceding the showcase, on 12 February there will be a ‘Dragon’s Den’ panel of leading industry figures to select the innovations that will ‘showcase’ at the main event. All applicants will be given an opportunity to convince the panel that their innovation should make the cut.


Stephen Harrison, CHSA Chairman and Harrison Wipes’ Managing


REFRESHED WEBSITE FOR TC FACILITIES


MANAGEMENT TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has revealed a fresh new look and feel for its website, designed to offer a more engaging experience with improved navigation and functionality.


Created with the user in mind, the site includes extensive information to help visitors understand TCFM’s complete range of both single and bundled services. This is brought to life with case studies and short video animations showing TCFM’s capabilities across a wide range of sectors they operate in, including retail, logistics centres, commercial offices and the charity sector.


Whether you’re browsing from desktop, tablet or mobile, the information is presented in an easy to engage with format, providing you with the information you need.


TCFM is keen to attract even greater numbers of people to come and work


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Director, said: “Innovation is the lifeblood of our members, and we applaud the CSSA’s initiative in establishing this Innovation Showcase and are delighted to sponsor it. We’re encouraging our members to shout about their innovations and achievements and apply to be part of the Innovation Showcase.”


CSSA Marketing Director Sean Taylor commented: “Last year we held the inaugural CSSA Awards at the Cleaning Show, and we wanted something for this year


that showcased bright ideas and innovation and that’s why we’re holding this showcase. I urge people across the industry to take part. It should be great fun, but it will also be an opportunity to share great ideas with others.”


Marks & Spencer Innovation Champion, Mark Meadows, will provide a keynote speech at the event, and CSSA members, their guests, as well as other leading professionals in the cleaning industry will be in attendance.


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with them, so the refreshed website includes content to help prospective employees at all levels learn more about the company and the whole scope of benefits that are provided.


Fiona Ellingham, Marketing Manager at TCFM who led the project, said: “Our mission as one of the UK’s leading family-owned FM businesses is to create the FM solution a business is looking for.


"The clean and fresh design of our website along with content that


expresses our innate understanding of the challenges our customers face will provide confidence to visitors that we are able to deliver a bespoke solution that is right for them."


https://content.yudu.com/web/1jybr/0A1vxp9/TFMAwards18/html/index.html


TCFM has also recently been celebrating being named as a finalist in the Tomorrow’s FM Awards 2018, where they have been nominated for their Cleaning & Security Solutions. The awards are open until 16 March 2018 – find out more here.


www.tcfm.co.uk twitter.com/TomoCleaning


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