The conference, which will take place on Thursday 6th November at Dexter House in London, is being guided by the theme of ‘changing perceptions’ and Doug Cooke says the outstanding array of thought provoking speakers will encourage delegates to participate and get involved in the debate.
Key speakers include Ruby McGregor-Smith, CEO of Mitie, and former sales and marketing director for Easyjet, Tony Anderson.
Other highlights include an interactive workshop on effective networking by business development coach Peter Spalton and presentations on technology and social media. MC for the day is Alan Dedicoat.
The popular panel Q & A is back again, with delegates invited to put questions to experts from the cleaning industry; BCC Chairman Doug Cooke and CEO of The Building Futures Group, Sarah Bentley, are just two of the guests facing the questions this year.
For the first time the conference will be working with The London Centre for Children with Celebral Palsy, and £10 from each ticket sale will go directly to the charity.
The lead sponsor is Kimberly Clark Professional, with South Thames College, Reintec, Equality and Human Rights, The Building Futures Group and NSL providing additional sponsorship.
BCC Chairman Doug Cooke said: “This year’s conference has been planned well in advance ….it will be our best conference by far, I and many industry leaders are really looking forward to it.”
Booking information, and the very latest developments can be found on the BCC website: http://britishcleaningcouncil.org/cleaningconference