Enthusiasm for the Manchester Cleaning Show, which is co-owned by The British Cleaning Council, is continuing with over 75% of exhibition space already sold for the event which will be held at Event City, Manchester, 11-12 April 2018.
The exhibition is expected to sell out again, and companies wishing to participate are being encouraged to reserve their space as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Visitor registration is also now open, and the BCC were thrilled to see over 200 cleaning professionals register for their passes within the first week. With five months still to go, it looks as if we will once again see well over 2,000 visitors attending over the two days.
A free-to-attend conference will be a major feature of the exhibition with over 20 speakers offering insights on the Future of the Cleaning Industry. Further details including the full programme and list of speakers will be announced soon.
However , automation and robotics are likely to be high on the agenda, as will the new trailblazer apprenticeship which is being developed specifically for the cleaning sector. Health & Safety will also be a key theme.
If you didn’t make it to the first Manchester Cleaning Show in 2016 you missed a great event, with over 2,300 cleaning professionals gathered.
It was also used as the backdrop to BBC Breakfast’s business news, hosted by Steph McGovern, on the show’s opening day.
To find out more and to register for your pass please see www.cleaningshow.co.uk/manchester
For details of the next national Cleaning Show, being held in London March 19-21 2019, click here
To read about the 2017 Cleaning Show click here