ISSA Show North America 2022 is now open for registration.
The annual tradeshow that brings together leaders from the commercial, institutional, and residential cleaning community, offers opportunities for networking, education and product discovery that help industry professionals evolve their businesses and change the way the world views cleaning. Attendees are encouraged to register now for the event happening October 10-13, 2022, at McCormick Place in Chicago.
ISSA Executive Director, John Barrett, commented: “The ISSA Show North America is the industry’s largest and most anticipated event of the year. It’s the premier place for organisations and professionals to come together to learn, network and share innovative cleaning products that will guide us on the path to better health.”2022 sessions will cover several important topics, including hiring and retention in post pandemic times, budgeting and marketing for infection prevention and the future of sustainability in the cleaning industry.ISSA Show North America 2022 will host over 70 sessions, providing resources for attendees to stay up to date on the latest trends and solutions for cleaning, disinfection, and infection prevention and for pursuing accreditation, training and certification. Like in past years, the
Amie Gilmore, Director, Informa Markets, said: “This year, we’re offering a wider array of opportunities for networking, education, and product discovery. Learning and collaboration are essential to evolving this industry and for changing how the world views cleaning.”50 guest speakers who are comprised of industry leaders passionate about advancing cleaning information, standards, education and innovation to improve human health. The three keynote sessions will spotlight RPM Restaurant Group Co-owner Bill Rancic, Filmmaker Sarah Moshman, and CEO Derreck Kayongo, a native of Uganda and former refugee who worked his way up to become the CEO of National Center for Civil and Human Rights and founder of the Global Soap Project. Kayongo’s presentation will tackle the issue of discrimination in the workplace by taking the audience through an examination of how diversity and inclusion problems impact the corporate bottom line. By the end of his session, Kayonga hopes to instill what he calls a “Corporate Moral Aptitude” into the bloodstream of attendees’ organisational cultures, positioning them to succeed in an increasingly multicultural workforce.The conference will feature more than