Latest INCLEAN magazine contains wealth of information for service providers

For those needing to plan for changing industry purchasing trends, this July/August INCLEAN content is a 'must-read'.

Inclean_July_Aug_2014-1July/August 2014 INCLEAN magazine

The July/August INCLEAN magazine contains a wealth of information for both contract and in-house service providers and distributor/re-sellers. This issue carries two specific focuses, human resources and education.

However, the strongest content pertains to international event coverage including ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam, World Federation of Building Service Contractors’ Congress (New York City) and Clean NZ (Auckland). For those needing to plan for changing industry purchasing trends, this content is a ‘must-read’.

Industry and Contracting content includes:
*Clean NZ boasts record numbers as most successful show yet
*WFBSC 2014 speakers inspire delegates to ‘think differently’
*Becoming a reality… supply-side driving a transparent and accountable industry
*Quality cleaning equipment on display at CIVENEX
*BSCAA Victoria’s new committee revealed and BSCAA Queensland launches new member services
*Education and training keys to dealing gender imbalance
*Hard work leads New Focus Commercial Cleaning to bigger contracts; and HOT Cleaning Services reaches new heights after national accolade

Distribution content includes:
*INPAC’S prodigious membership and offerings on show at Interclean
*RapidClean continues growth for national reach
*Word-of-mouth referrals proof of Nilfisk’s field performance

Human Resources and Education focus content includes:
*Future ways of working will change how we think about cleaning, by ISS’s Peter Ankerstjerne
*Diversity in the cleaning workforce, why we fall short, Hay’s Austin Blackburne
*A transition to ‘people and culture’ is needed before HR can benefit the business, by Consultancy Helps’ Mark Helps
*Industry needs to develop clear education pathways, by Daniels Associates’ Bruce Whiteley
*Education platforms that deliver better performance, by M-learning’s Paul Morrall

Strong restoration and carpet feature articles:
*Network Restorers’ members bone-up on marketing for a new environment
*Preparing your business to be ‘storm ready’
*IICRC explains why we need standards and how they benefit
*Restoration Industry Association recognises Network’s Easterby with highest honour
*Jena Dyco mould conference heralded strong international presence

Other segments covered in the July/August magazine include:
Technology – Updates slip, trips and falls standards, by Clark Ahearn
Management – Managing customer contracts properly helps BSCs improve cash-flow, by Prushka Fast Debt Recovery’s Roger Mendelson
Marketing and products – as usual the magazine carries a strong product content sourced from both overseas events and local suppliers

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