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Is the north of England’s premiere trade show for the cleaning sector in your diary?

08 January 2020

Attending the Manchester Cleaning Show will give you the chance to connect with the industry, enjoy lively debate, see demonstrations of the latest products and take advantage of many opportunities for business deals. Registration is free.

Exhibiting at the Manchester Cleaning Show will allow you to reach over 2,000 people in the sector, including key purchasers and distributors of cleaning equipment and services and facilities managers from a wide range of vertical markets.

Our exhibition space is affordable but is going fast. Book now to avoid missing out. This year’s Manchester Cleaning Show looks set to be bigger and better than ever, featuring national and international exhibitors and an exciting conference programme of talks by leading industry figures and experts.

Innovation will be an important theme of the 2020 show, with exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for healthcare, education, hospitality, entertainment, manufacturing, government and care home facilities.

The show’s packed, free conference programme will discuss topics that meet the specific needs of cleaning businesses, large and small, operating in today’s competitive environment, including hire vs purchase, personnel management, the power of marketing, and the benefits of formal training.

The full conference programme will be revealed shortly. Registrations for the Manchester Cleaning Show, which is in its third year, are already above previous levels.

The Manchester Cleaning Show is co-produced by Quartz Business Media and industry body the British Cleaning Council (BCC).

Vanessa Van Santen-Smith, Sales Director, Quartz Business Media, said: “We’re proud and excited to be looking forward to a third Manchester Cleaning Show 2020.

“Since the first show in 2016, it has become the region’s premiere business to business trade show for the commercial and industrial cleaning sector and the early indications are that it will continue to go from strength to strength in 2020.

“You can register for free to attend. If you are thinking of exhibiting, please get in touch while there is still space.”

BCC Chairman, Paul Thrupp, said: “The Manchester Cleaning Show is fantastic showcase for the sector, which is hugely important to the economy of Manchester, the north and the nation as a whole.

“Visitors are guaranteed to leave feeling inspired and enthused about the cleaning and hygiene industry.”

For further details of The Manchester Cleaning Show and toregister for a free place visit www.cleaningshow.co.uk/manchester


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