Next week, the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee will play host to facility cleaning executives, building service contractors and jan/san distributors. Attendees will participate in the Cleaning Summit Midwest 2019 — an all-new, regional, educational summit for the commercial cleaning industry.
Organized by Contracting Profits magazine, Facility Cleaning Decisions magazine and CleanLink.com, this one-day event will deliver high-level education and networking opportunities to in-house cleaning managers, executive housekeepers, facility managers and building service contractors (BSC). The event, held October 24, will also walk attendees through this nationally-recognized museum to learn about cleaning challenges in very high-profile and high-traffic facilities.
Five educational sessions will be available for all attendees, in addition to the tour. Topics include proper workloading and budgeting, training tips, emerging technologies and successful techniques to fighting infections. Attendees will also hear from Harley Davidson Museum facility executives on top cleaning challenges.
Networking will also be available throughout the one-day event, allowing attendees many opportunities to share ideas and best practices. Before leaving, industry experts will participate in roundtable discussions with attendees to answer questions, discuss industry challenges and share efficiencies.
Registration to this Cleaning Summit includes a fully packed, all-day agenda. Attendees can participate in:
• An exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of the Harley Davidson Museum
• Five tailored education sessions
• Four hours of Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)
• A catered lunch
• Networking opportunities through Roundtable Discussions
Registration for the event is still open, but seats are filling up quickly. Click here for registration information.
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