How can we shape our future?13th of December 2012 Article by Markus Asch
Markus Asch, vice chairman of the management board at cleaning equipment manufacturer Kärcher and president of EUnited Cleaning, writes his latest blog for the ECJ website. He believes that although the industry is in difficult times, there are still opportunities for growth.
Although the cleaning industry is in a very difficult situation with no growth at the moment, there are still tremendous opportunities for ..
Mix it and miss it7th of November 2012 Article by Pedro Chidichimo
Senior management is responsible for reallocating resources from low productivity areas to high-growth areas. Our companies will be successful in the long run if we are able to anticipate change, adapt and seize upon market opportunities. Pedro Chidichimo of Diversey, which is part of Sealed Air, writes his latest exclusive blog for ECJ.
Our customers in the facility management and hygiene industry are not all in the same busines..
Where next for the cleaning industry?26th of October 2012 Article by Andrew Large
Following the successful biennial Congress of the World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC), Andrew Large, its executive vice-president, considers where the cleaning industry will go next.
It was a real privilege to be in Curitiba earlier this month for the 19th Congress of the WFBSC. The Congress was a tremendous success with some 800 delegates from nearly 30 countries gathering together to consider the issues tha..
My view for the future is crystal clear, says Chidichimo8th of October 2012 Article by Pedro Chidichimo
Pedro Chidichimo of Diversey, which is part of Sealed Air, writes his latest exclusive blog for ECJ. He says he has a clear view of how the industry will change in the near future.
I am often asked about the way I see the future for our industry. Although I am not a futurologist and I can't predict what driving forces will shape the global landscape too early in advance, I do have a clear view about the changes that are c..
Manufacturers must understand customer needs28th of September 2012 Article by Markus Asch
Markus Asch, vice chairman of the management board at cleaning equipment manufacturer Kärcher and president of EUnited Cleaning, writes his latest blog for the ECJ website. He discusses why manufacturers must work harder to understand their customers' needs before developing new products.
In economically difficult times, the companies that hold their ground are those that best know their customers and what th..