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.
According to the charity Unseen, which runs the UK Modern Slavery and Exploitation Helpline, there are well over 100,000 people in modern slavery in the UK - today, right now. Some may even work for you, but you won’t know, as they were provided by a known intermediary. Sadly ignorance is no excuse in the eyes of the law: the punishment if modern slavery is discovered in your labour or other supply chains could be a very hefty fine, or even a jail term. Join this panel to find out how you find out, and what you can do about it.
Stamp Out Slavery and AM Facilities Management
Callum MacLeod, Managing Director of Stamp Out Slavery and AM Facilities Management is a law graduate and an experienced leader in corporate cleaning and support services. Like care, retail, hospitality, and security, the cleaning sector is labour-intensive and at risk of exploitation by those looking to traffic and mistreat vulnerable workers. Stamp Out Slavery is his answer to this problem.
Modern Slavery to the Human Trafficking Foundation
Phil Brewer, Specialist Adviser on Modern Slavery to the Human Trafficking Foundation, was previously a Detective Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police, responsible for investigations into modern slavery and criminal exploitation. Here he gained significant experience of tackling serious and organised crime. He now advises the HTF, which supports the work of other organisations fighting modern slavery in the UK.
Stamp Out Slavery
Angie Morrish, Independent Management Consultant and Director of Stamp Out Slavery has over 30 years’ experience in education, training, governance, fundraising, marketing, and communications across the public, private and charity sectors. She is delighted to be applying her skills to the operation and promotion of SOS and looks forward to chatting to visitors during the Manchester Cleaning Show 2024.
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