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Rob den Hertog, project manager for the ISSA/INTERCLEAN series of exhibitions, writes his latest blog for ECJ as the industry looks forward to the Amsterdam exhibition on May 10.
During the upcoming ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam, the world of professional cleaning will once again be gathering in Amsterdam. The ongoing success of the show led to the decision to expand the exhibition area with one hall up to a total of 10 ..
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 looks forward to the ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam exhibition next month.
In Germany, there is an old folksong: "Alles neu macht der Mai". In England there is the rhyme "April showers bring May flowers".
It might be a co..
What characterises the key trends shaping the future of outsourcing and how can companies maximise the value of their relationships and operations? ISS has published a new Vision 2020 White Book - Future of Outsourcing and Perspectives for Facility Management. In his latest ECJ blog Peter Ankerstjerne, ISS head of group marketing, takes a look at the content.
A new era of business is emerging and in the years to come the competit..
Paul Wonnacott is managing director and president of Vectair Systems, specialist in washroom hygiene and aircare systems. The company does business around the globe and Wonnacott has gained considerable experience in many of the world's most important markets. In his latest blog for ECJ he emphasises the vital importance of testing products thoroughly before launching them onto the market.
As we start 2016, ECJ’s correspondent Lynn Webster encourages businesses to focus on growth and moving forward in the new year.
The start of a new year - a time for reflection. However the experience of many clients and colleagues is one of keen focus, moving forward and revitalising their businesses. The talk is of growth, rebranding and generating future success. Unfortunately for some less fortunate there is still the qu..