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THE ESTABLISHED EVENT FOR THE CLEANING INDUSTRY SINCE 1972


CLEANING 10–12 MARCH 2015 • EXCEL • LONDON


THE SHOW 2015


It’s not just the venue that’s changing for the Cleaning Show in 2015


With the move to London, Cleaning Show organisers (the British Cleaning Council and Quartz Business Media) have created a series of great new features for the trade exhibition to make sure that visitors and exhibitors get full value from time out of the offi ce.


NEW IN 2015 • Training Academy • Innovation Awards • Free seminar programme


• London Calling Keynote Presentations


• Exclusive VIP Lounge


• Guinness World Record Attempt


• Series of social gatherings and association meetings


PLUS Over 100 companies showcased within the exhibition


7 top reasons to come along


1. Source the latest products and services on the market with over 100 exhibitors


2. View demonstrations and try out equipment fi rst-hand


3. Gain knowledge about the key challenges and legislation affecting the industry though free seminars and workshops


4. Learn from a series of free training academy sessions focusing on business skills and career advice


5. Challenge the fastest window cleaners in the world with our Guinness World Record Attempt


6. Meet with friends new and old at a series of social gatherings and association meetings


REGISTER TODAY


Contact us now to fi nd out more… Vanessa Van Santen - Smith - Sales Manager


T: +44 (0)1737 855 041 F: +44 (0)1737 855 034 E: vanessavss@quartzltd.com


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


Platinum sponsor


7. Find bargains with special show discounts on products


www.cleaningshow.co.uk Organised by Supported by In partnership with


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