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The dirty discount: cutting the cost won’t help you clean up with your customers

By Paul Black, CEO, sales-i Discounting has become a relied-on option for many salespeople in the cleaning supplies industry, and it’s not hard to see why. The easiest way to be competitive is to offer comparable goods at a lower ...

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The ultimate team player

Gordon McVean, International Sales and Marketing Director of Truvox International, outlines how scrubber dryer technology can play a central role in a consistently high-performing and cost-effective floor cleaning team Effective teams tend to have at least one player who is ...

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Using scent to bring consumers back in-store

By Gareth Cowmeadow, scenting specialist at Ambius Retail is in a state of flux. The rise in online shopping continues to disrupt more traditional bricks and mortar stores, with 51 per cent of retail purchases taking place online in the ...

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Creating the perfect washroom experience

By Dr Peter Barratt, Technical Manager, Initial Washroom Hygiene Providing clean and pleasant washroom facilities for staff or customers is essential for businesses. A positive washroom experience plays a crucial role in maintaining employee wellbeing, and even shaping your business’ ...

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A sign of the times

Good communications are vital for successful business relationships, whether with clients, colleagues or suppliers. Lisa Sheppard, Director of Development for soft service and contract cleaning specialists, Facilicom UK, says there’s more than one way to get your messages across. It ...

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Lords: The home of cricket adopts first class hand hygiene

Marylebone Cricket Club is the world’s most active cricket club, and proud owner of Lord’s Cricket Ground. The ground – located in the heart of London – has a total capacity of almost 30,000 people. It is not only a ...

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To flush or not to flush?

Blocked toilets are not just a nuisance for those that want to use them. Flushing the wrong items down the loo can cause numerous problems for consumers, water companies, and tax payers. According to Dr Peter Barratt, Technical Manager, Initial Washroom ...

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Overused and under-performing: why chemical disinfectants are contributing to ‘biocide resistance’

Genesis Biosciences who, on the back of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) latest announcement on the rise of superbugs, explain why chemical disinfectants are playing such a key role in creating biocide resistance On 27 February the WHO issued a ...

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The next big thing: trends in stone cleaning

As Thomann-Hanry – leading façade cleaning experts – embrace the property market with an exciting new look and feel to their branding, Mark Styles, its Managing Director, reveals current trends in the stone cleaning sector and challenges his team to ...

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The National Living Wage

With the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) last year bringing the minimum wage for over 25-year olds to £7.20 and the next rise due within weeks, there has been much debate over how this increase will further impact ...

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