2015 promises to be another exciting year in the UK cleaning industry and in particular the Cleaning Show, which is now just 9 weeks away.
The Cleaning Show 2015, which takes place from 10-12 March 2015 at London’s ExCel Exhibition Centre, promises to be the biggest and best yet, and will have a greater focus than ever before on the window cleaning sector.
In addition to a host of new window cleaning products and systems on show throughout the exhibition, The Cleaning Show 2015 – which is organised by BCCE Ltd, a company jointly owned by the British Cleaning Council and Quartz Business Media, and sponsored by Mitie – will also feature:
The Window Cleaning Competition sponsored by Unger and Principle Window Cleaning:
The world’s fastest window cleaner, Terry ‘Turbo’ Burrows, will take on all comers trying to break his long-standing world speed record for cleaning three regulation-size windows. The competition – which takes place on Wednesday, 11 March – will be expertly adjudicated by the Federation of Window Cleaners, and details of the event have been logged with Guinness World Records to ensure the record, if broken, will stand. All participants will have the opportunity to practise for the event during the morning of 10 March. Anyone successfully breaking the world record during the competition will receive a cash prize of £1,000 (See Terms and Conditions below). The competition is free to enter and open to everyone.
Matt Hodgkins, Sales and Marketing Director for Unger UK, said “We are delighted to be sponsoring the window cleaning competition at The Cleaning Show 2015. We believe the show is going to be an excellent opportunity for us to showcase our latest innovations for the professional window cleaning industry and look forward to a great event.”
The Window Cleaners Networking Event:
Between 4-5pm on Wednesday 11 March, a networking event for window cleaners will be staged in the VIP Lounge. Interested parties simply need to register for the event online to receive a free-of-charge invitation to enjoy drinks with their peers.
The Federation of Window Cleaners will also be taking a slot in the seminar area to announce the ‘Window Cleaner of the Year 2015 Award’ on Wednesday 11 March.
The Cleaning Show Innovation Awards:
The Cleaning Show Innovation Awards have been updated and improved for 2015, and include a category dedicated to window cleaning products and systems.
Who should attend?
Everyone who has an interest in the commercial window cleaning sector should attend The Cleaning Show 2015.
In a nutshell, visitors will include:
Contract cleaning companies.
In-house cleaning teams.
Specialist cleaning companies.
Facility managers from a wide range of industries including:
Hospitals and healthcare establishments.
Industrial and manufacturing premises, and warehouses.
Leisure and hospitality facilities.
Local and central government.
Residential and nursing homes.
Retail outlets and shopping centres.
Registration to attend is completely free-of-charge – sign up now at http://www.cleaningshow.co.uk