The chairman of the British Cleaning Council (BCC), Simon Hollingbery, is calling on visitors to the Cleaning Show in March to attend at least one of the numerous seminars taking place during the course of the three-day event.
With a wealth of relevant information being made available to anyone running a UK cleaning business, Hollingbery says the comprehensive line-up of speakers and seminars will address industry hot topics including marketing, immigration enforcement, apprenticeships, health and safety, the Living Wage and the environment and Europe.
“The great thing about this year’s seminar programme, is that we’ve got industry experts right there on the spot, and attendees will be able to ask them anything they want, even having a private one to one if they wish. This kind of knowledge and insight cannot be acquired anywhere else and that adds real value for anyone attending the show.”
The three day industry event which takes place 14-16 March 2017 at the ExCeL in London, will kick off with an opening address from MP Jim Fitzpatrick, and a keynote address from Keep Britain Tidy’s chief executive, Alison Ogden-Newton.
Day one also sees a keynote speech and seminar from Chris Edwards, assistant director of the Home Office Immigration Enforcement unit, who will be looking at illegal workers in the cleaning industry and ways to tackle the problem from an employers perspective.
Day two will look at how to market a business in the digital world, and there will also be a special focus on health and safety, with a number of officials from the HSE delivering seminars.
Seminars will also run on day three of the show, with an expert industry panel providing insight on the future of the cleaning industry.
For further details about the seminar programme, please click here.