This March the biggest cleaning show in the UK opens its doors at the ExCeL London event centre. Which show are we talking about? Well, The Cleaning Show 2017 of course.
This event brings in over 5,000 people per show from all over the world and this year will be no exception.
So why should a window cleaner visit this show?
The Cleaning Show has always had fantastic support from the likes of Ionic, FWC and Varitech. Window Cleaning Magazine interviewed the teams responsible for bringing this show to the massess over at Quartz Ltd.
WCM: You’re back at the ExceL! What does the show have to offer visitors this year?
QLT: This year we are delighted that the show is growing to almost double the size of the last Cleaning Show in 2015. With the move to London from the NEC we have seen a real upturn in the enthusiasm for the event again and thousands of really high-quality visitors attending. So, this year will offer a large exhibition with exhibitors who will be demonstrating their latest equipment and services including Kärcher, Unger, Nilfisk, Ionic, Varitech, Nationwide Window Cleaning, Window Cleaning Warehouse, Templa, Makita, the Federation of Window Cleaners and Alexander Swan and many others.
We also have a wide range of free-to-attend seminar sessions which have proved extremely popular in recent years and offer great industry insights, advice and training specifically aimed at small to medium sized companies. We realise that if people are going to spend a day at the show, we need to make it worth their while.
WCM: Will Guinness ever drop in to the Cleaning Show for the Window Cleaning Competition? I’m sure Terry Burrows will be looking over his shoulder for them lol.
QLT: Ha ha! The FWC are officially allowed to adjudicate times for the Guinness Book of World Records and we use their official windows for the challenge. So, if we think someone is very close to the time set by Terry Burrows in 2009 (9.14 seconds) or the record for the fastest female set by Deborah Morris at the 2011 Cleaning Show (13.28 seconds) then we will make sure we judge and film their attempt for submission to Guinness. It’s certainly about time that the records were broken again and we would love it to happen in the UK. I’m sure that Terry won’t mind us mentioning that he isn’t getting any younger. We hope that the cash prize fund will encourage all visitors to have a go though.
READ THE FULL ARTICLE IN THE JAN/FEB 2017 ISSUE AND FIND OUT WHAT EXHIBITORS IONIC SYSTEMS AND THE FEDERATION OF WINDOW CLEANERS THINK OF THE SHOW.
Register for your free pass now here http://www.speeddata.co.uk/Forms/Default.aspx?FormRef=CLE37Visitor&PageNo=30&p=register
DATE: 14-16 Match 2017
One Western Gateway,
Royal Victoria Dock,