If there's one thing that's worse than a hangover the morning after having a party at home, it has to be the clean-up.
Now two entrepreneurs from New Zealand have come up with a new business to come to your rescue. Morning-After Maids will come in and clean up after your party, and even cook you breakfast!
Rebecca Foley and Catherine Ashurst
INPACS, the international network of hygiene wholesalers covering 35 countries, has a new chairman. Kai Kruse, formerly chairman of Igefa Germany, has succeeded Jeremy Hodge who has retired.
Commenting on his new appointment Kruse said: "I am delighted to see the positive developments within INPACS where members continue to grow together. INPACS
Sealed Air, US-based parent company of Diversey Care, recently launched the initiative Soap for Hope in Mumbai, India. The scheme, developed with in association with the NGO Doctors for You aims to convert used hotel soaps into fresh soap and provide the recycled soap free-of-cost to communities that have no or limited access to soap.
The second ISSA/INTERCLEAN Istanbul exhibition takes place from September 7-9 in Istanbul, Turkey.
The venue is the IFM exhibition centre, which will play host to over 100 exhibitors and an expected 3,500 cleaning professional visitors from Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.
In partnership with the Turkish Cleaning Industry Association
A public toilet hidden in a stairwell of one of the world's most exclusive clubs has taken the meaning of ‘communal' to a whole new level.
The not-very-private four seater system has been built half way up a set of stairs leading from New York's Boom Boom Room to an outdoor rooftop.
The stairs are dimly lit and the door is hard to find but
The ISSA/INTERCLEAN North America exhibition and ISSA Convention take place in Chicago from October 25-28 with the theme 'Unleashing the Industry's Potential'.
The event comes with a completely revamped educational schedule, featuring more than 60 seminars, hands-on training workshops, and networking events held over four days. The organisers say