As the sector’s longest established publication, and the Official Voice of the Cleaning Show, C&M Online is in a unique position to comment and reflect upon this rapidly evolving market, and has unrivalled access to those working within the UK’s cleaning and hygiene industry.
Continually evolving to meet the changing needs of its readers, our new look website and online format has helped to serve the growing numbers of cleaning professionals viewing our content online and by social media, and to ensure C&M remains the number one source of news for the sector.
The Manchester Cleaning Show is the regions largest dedicated trade show focused on the cleaning & hygiene industry.
Thousands of decision makers from a wide range of vertical markets meet over 60+ leading suppliers, exhibiting solutions and product innovations designed to help support the future of the cleaning industry.
The Manchester Cleaning show provides the perfect forum to showcase your products, services and solutions to a dedicated audience and plays host to unrivalled networking and delivers unparalleled learning from a host of industry leading expert speakers throughout the two day conference programme
The Cleaning Show is the largest and longest running event in the UK dedicated to cleaning, hygiene and facilities management. Organised by Quartz Business Media and the British Cleaning Council, the cleaning show benefits from support from all the major industry associates.
The Cleaning show is the gateway to the hugely important cleaning sector, connecting manufactures and suppliers of cleaning and hygiene products, with the key decision makers and influencers looking to source new solutions for their business.
Connect, learn and discover new products, services, and suppliers.
Industry Panel - Hosted by BICSc.
As the industry evolves day by day and industry personnel work tirelessly to keep adept of the changes, what can we do as an industry to ensure that we are educating our staff in everything they need to know, and in ways that ensure they get the most out of their training? In this industry panel led by BICSc, experts across different fields will discuss the appropriateness of different training methods for all the different people in our diverse industry, and will discuss training as it is offered now in the industry, and the way that training offerings may change as the world continues to develop innovative ideas.
With a passion for technology, Neil is always looking for innovative ways that tech can be used to improve effectiveness and efficiency.
Never one to be beaten, Neil’s pet hate is to hear people tell customers: ‘We can’t do that’. The solution may not always be immediate, but he will always find a solution.
With over 40 years’ experience - from hotel housekeeping through to running her own company with contracts across the UK - Denise is always ready to pass on that knowledge to both experienced and non-experienced cleaning operatives.
She never judges people on the questions they ask, just calmly and clearly explains what they want to know.
In addition to her role at BICSc is a Youth Ambassador for Youth Employment UK, Kelsey has experienced the cleaning industry in a range of challenging frontline positions within the NHS during the COVID pandemic. She brings extensive experience in site inspections, project management and overcoming the issues faced in operational cleaning service and particularly training models.
BICSc and Birkin
Soo has worked in the cleaning and FM industry for over 30 years, working her way up from a cleaning operative in local schools when her children were little to her current position as Technical Director for Birkin Services. Soo first became associated with BICSc in 1992 when her then employer, OCS, placed her on a BICSc training course. In 2011 she was elected onto the BICSc Council. In 2015 Soo entered the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners, becoming a Freeman of the City of London in 2016 and in 2021 became one of the first members of the Livery to be entered on to the Register as a Chartered Practitioner in Environmental Cleaning.
BICs and ISS
James has worked in the cleaning and FM industry for over 30 years having held several senior operational and functional roles during his career. He spent the first 20 years within the aviation industry, initially with BAA, then for 15 years with Servisair holding various positions including Head of Health and Safety and Operations Director, before then moving to Inflight Cleaning Services as Operations Director in 2008. In 2012 James moved to his current employer, ISS Facilities Services, as Operations Director for the Transport Business and became Managing Director of the Cleaning and Transport Business, with over 8000 employees and a turnover of £175 million, in 2017. After a successful 4-year spell, James took on his new role as Director of Product and Performance, Cleaning Services for the UK and Ireland in January 2022, where he is responsible for the lifecycle management of cleaning products and services across the UK and Ireland.
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