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During the 20 years of its existence, ECJ has produced a new approach and added to the scope of cleaning magazines, says its UK reporter. And in that 20 years the industry has seen many changes.
Many changes relevant to cleaning have had broader effects on the nation as a whole - some good, some bad and some on which the jury is still
2013 has now begun and with it comes a new set of challenges. ECJ’s reporter in the US Ron Segura asks a number of industry experts what they expect to face this year.
2013 has begun and with it come new challenges! I have asked representatives of three industry segments to provide some challenges they will face:
Ken Burkhalter, deputy
As Poland prepares for the upcoming ISSA/INTERCLEAN exhibition in Warsaw this April, correspondent Marek Kowalski explains why the country is full of opportunity.
You ask why invest in Poland? Well, since 2010 the potential of the Polish economy has gradually been rebuilt from the 2009 slump. The economic growth statistics of that period
The trend towards cleaning companies in Russia becoming multiservice businesses is definitely the most popular market trend. That’s according to Oleg Popov of Cristanval, ECJ reporter there.
The Russian market for cleaning services was created at the beginning of the 21st century, chiefly due to foreign companies that brought with them
Reporting from Scandinavia, our correspondent Petra Sjouwerman, takes a closer look at a Danish project on cleaning in schools. A guide has been published to highlight its importance, she explains.
“It may sound trite, but boys are more likely to hit the toilet bowl if they can aim at something. Therefore, it may be a good idea to paint
ECJ’s correspondent in the Netherlands Nico Lemmens examines the implications of the recent government coalition agreement and a new tender act for government institutions.
Both with the recent coalition agreement between the Dutch social democrats and the liberals, and the introduction of a new tender act for government institutions, the