Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the virtual Manchester Cleaning Show  

With just a few days to go before the virtual Manchester Cleaning Show, organisers are urging people to register for free to avoid missing out on what promises to be the biggest and best cleaning and hygiene event of the year.

Due to the virtual nature of the show, which takes place on 14 – 15 October, space is unlimited so exhibitors still have time to book a virtual booth enabling them to reach a huge audience of potential purchasers.

Attendees include many purchasers and distributors of cleaning equipment and services, industry experts and a wide-range of facilities managers, so are the ideal audience for many exhibitors.

The virtual Manchester Cleaning Show features some of the world’s most well-known and innovative firms. Organisers have revealed that confirmed exhibitors include Jangro, Killis, Lavor, Makita, Nilfisk, OspreyDeepclean, Toucan Eco, UDV Robots and Industrial Cleaning Equipment (ICE), to name a few.

The innovative technology being used to host the show allows attendees to see lots of information when they visit exhibitor’s virtual booths, such as company profiles and videos. They will also be able to get all their questions answered virtually.

Visitors will also be able to access a fascinating and informative pre-recorded programme of presentations from some of the industry’s leading figures.

Among the speakers will be Nik Wyers, joint MD of Floorbrite. He said: “Never has it been more important to find out what the cleaning industry has to offer and the virtual Manchester Cleaning Show is a great place to do that.

“You can see innovative products and services, get helpful advice and guidance from a wealth of professionals, find new suppliers and hear from our industry leaders.

“On Wednesday, I’ll be there, speaking about why Floorbrite, one of the UK’s top 100 cleaning companies, has not only survived, but thrived during the national pandemic. So please register and join me in the conference space.”

The presentations will feature a wide-range of topics which have been selected to be highly relevant to anyone working in the cleaning and hygiene sector. Much of them focus on the industry’s role during the Coronavirus pandemic and how it can assist in the reopening of the economy.

Other topics include:

  • adapting your business to thrive during the pandemic
  • hiring industrial cleaning equipment
  • marketing strategy for cleaning businesses
  • and the importance of training and assessment.


The software being used for the virtual show also allows attendees to interact with each other, by sending messages and business cards.

The show is co-produced by the sector’s industry body the British Cleaning Council (BCC) and Quartz Business Media.

Chairman of the BCC, Paul Thrupp, said: “The virtual Manchester Cleaning Show will be an amazing showcase for the cleaning and hygiene sector and the work we have done in tackling Coronavirus.

“It will be an absolutely fascinating event for industry professionals and is also free to attend, so if you haven’t signed up, I’d strongly urge you to do so. It also provides an excellent opportunity for exhibitors to reach their key audiences.

“Make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to attend what will be the best show for our industry this year. “

Neil Nixon, Conference Director, said: “The opportunities that this virtual event offers – particularly as it is being hosted on a really innovative platform – make it unmissable for cleaning industry professionals. There are no apps to download, you can view everything on a device of your choice.

“The mix of exhibits and presentations will deliver exciting content and business solutions for visitors, a vital commercial opportunity for exhibitors and an opportunity for the sector to come together to celebrate some of the successes achieved during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The virtual Manchester Cleaning Show takes place on 14 – 15 October and is free to attend. For more information about registering or exhibiting, please visit

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