Daytime cleaning is becoming increasingly prevalent in Europe. But how do office employees feel about sharing their workspace with cleaning teams? Charlotte Branwhite from Tork manufacturer SCA shares the results of a study into the changing relationship between office staff and cleaners.
Over recent years there has been a general shift towards
More than 17,000 cleaning professionals from 66 countries were in Berlin at the end of September for the CMS exhibiton - more than ever before.
This year's event was also host to 377 exhibitors from 22 countries, with the second International CMS Congress being held alongside the trade show.
Dr Christian Göke, ceo of Messe Berlin which
Schoolchildren should be taught how to wash their hands properly in order to tackle the growing threat of drug-resistant bacteria, say UK health officials.
Draft National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for England recommend that teachers demonstrate the correct use of soap and water to their students.
The guidelines come as
In today's world, your doctor is likely to ask you how you feel when you vist. In the past, however, a doctor was more likely to ask himself how you smell - fragrant or foul?
In his presentation to the forthcoming IFRA UK Fragrance Forum at the Royal Society, Professor Jonathan Reinarz, a specialist in the History of Medicine at the
A new report commissioned by Rentokil and produced by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), found that pest infestations cost businesses worldwide 7.8 billion euros in operating costs in 2014 alone, with a further 15.9 billion euros in lost revenues due to effects such as closure of premises, reputation damage and negative
Marketers often struggle with the best way in which to integrate their business with new technology and how best to stay front of mind. It feels as though there are new types of social media platforms appearing every week, but not all of these will be relevant to you, nor your customers. Christopher Nicholas at SumwotSocial offers some