The BSCNZ’s inaugural Cleaning Industry Conference will take place on 6 and 7 September at the Novotel Rotorua Lakeside Hotel.
With the theme, “Cleaning for a Brighter Future” the two-day conference will include a variety of speakers, an off-site activity and networking events.
Hosted by MC Russel Harrison, the keynote speakers of the event include Cecilia Robinson, founder of Au Pair Link and My Food Bag; Bruce Cotterill business advisor; and Andrew Saunders, who has led Careerforce’s Workplace Advisors (CWAs) for the past six years.
“Our speakers are set to stimulate and motivate you with their interesting backgrounds, stories and experiences of success in business, and in life,” Lillian Small, CEO of BSCNZ said.
Major sponsors of the event include Tork, Karcher, Livi and Careerforce.
“Our sponsor partners will be showcasing their products and services to help with preparing your business for the future, offering advice and ways to support your organisational aspirations,” Small said.
Delegates will also be given an exclusive tour of Tork’s manufacturing plant in Kawerau and will also have the chance to network with other like-minded attendees at the networking dinner following the first day.
“The NZ cleaning industry is growing aggressively and is constantly put in front of new exciting challenges and changing business dynamics,” Small said.
“The conference will provide plenty of opportunity for development of cleaning businesses, sole traders and individuals. I encourage you to get involved and register your teams to attend the inaugural NZ cleaning industry conference.”
The BSCNZ has been representing New Zealand’s building services contractors and promoting excellence in the industry for more than 50 years.
Its members range from sole operators to multi-national companies, including all New Zealand’s major contractors, and provide a diverse range of services from cleaning to grounds maintenance, security, rubbish removal and document destruction.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, visit http://www.bsc.org.nz/cleaning-industry-conference-2017/