The Cleaning Show returns to highlight new cleaning and sanitation practices

Helping showcase the latest advancements in cleaning practices and technologies, The Cleaning Show returns to ExCeL, London from 2-4 November 2021. Organised by the British Cleaning Council and Quartz Business Media, the show will welcome more than 7,000 senior cleaning professionals from across the contract cleaning, facilities management (FM), healthcare, hospitality, retail, and public services sectors.

Attendees will be able to connect, learn and discover new products, services, and suppliers from more than 60 leading cleaning suppliers.  Returning exhibitors already confirmed include ICE, MITIE Cleaning Services, Evans Vanodine, Numatic and Killis, with companies such as Apex Supplies, Team Software and Wepa Professional. joining the event for the first time.

The Cleaning Show conference will provide a platform for attendees to learn about the latest developments, and critical next steps for an industry on the frontline of public health and safety.

New for 2021, the Cleaning & Support Services Association will be hosting its 2021 CSSA Innovation Showcase in a dedicated pavilion at the event to highlight and celebrate the industry’s most innovative cleaning products, services and initiatives.

Jim Melvin, Chairman, British Cleaning Council, said:  “Continuing to spearhead innovation, the industry has quickly adapted to all of the emerging challenges, and we are truly excited to return to the ExCeL, London as the first physical event for the sector to demonstrate our collective collaboration in continuing to drive the industry forward at such a critical time.”

Stuart Dacre, Event Director, The Cleaning Show, added: “As the UK goes back to work, we are delighted to connect the industry face-to-face once again, and look forward to announcing our best-in-class educational programme and exciting show features in the coming months. It really will be an event that no cleaning professional can miss.”

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