Poland reporter Marek Kowalski asks how the cleaning sector can survive the economic crisis.
The whole of Europe is struggling with a crisis. Politicians meet at another summit wondering how to rescue the European economy and the common currency. Bankruptcy is looming over a number of European economies.
How about the cleaning industry? Although
Italian correspondent Anna Garbagna reports from a cleaning services meeting in Rome recently.
Last month FISE’s (the contract cleaning association) office in Rome hosted the seminar 'Cleaning and integrated services – the sector’s prospects in light of the new work contract CCNL and the new public contracts
Policymakers should prepare for a future in which big manufacturing business no longer exists and has been replaced by a string of ‘micro-multinational' SMEs, according to a policy brief from an influential European think tank.
The brief by the Lisbon Council claims the 20th century logic that required large foreign talent pools to achieve
An international survey of 23 countries by Ipsos has found opposition to immigration in numerous countries across the world, with majorities often considering its effects to be negative and its scale excessive. European nations were typical of this trend.
Majorities in countries as diverse as Germany, South Africa, Russia, Turkey and the United
In recent years, indoor and outdoor sweeper technology has advanced considerably, making it easier for the customers to find the right solution for their sweeping requirements. Once the need for sweeping has been established, the choice for the most suitable equipment is driven by a number of criteria that relate to air quality, safety, cost of
In the first article of a new series written exclusively for ECJ, Amy Munice of Global B2B Communications in the USA offers advice for businesses on making the most of their internet activity. Here, she focuses on marketing and search engine optimisation.
You own or manage a business devoted to cleaning or cleaning supplies. Your task list to