The world’s fastest growing exhibition organiser, Easyfairs, has set its sights on the cleaning sector, announcing that it is launching a brand new show, Cleaning 2015, which will run at the NEC from 24-26 March 2015. The show is set to transform the way the cleaning market is supported. This is a major development for buyers and suppliers within the sector, as it will give them a show dedicated to their needs, hosted outside London, and run by one of the world’s most successful exhibition organisers.
Cleaning 2015 will feature alongside three highly complementary shows, two of which are also organised by Easyfairs. The first of these is Maintec, which is in its 40th year and has become recognised as the leading UK event for the maintenance, plant and asset management industry. Cleaning 2015 will also be co-located with Facilities Management, the UK’s only event outside London for facilities professionals, and The Health and Safety Event, which is run by a leader in the health and safety sector, Western Business Exhibitions.
Last year these three shows attracted over 4000 visitors and featured over 300 exhibitors, so Cleaning 2015 joins a portfolio of events which attracts a growing powerbase of facilities professionals, property & estate managers, production & plant managers, maintenance, health and safety professionals. Katie Crocombe, Cleaning 2015 Event Manager, comments:
“When the opportunity arose to start our own cleaning event, it really was a no-brainer; it fits perfectly with our other shows and there is no better place to host it than Birmingham, the heart of the cleaning industry.
“With roles changing and often expanding so quickly, we want to ensure we are giving all of our visitors more relevant content to see when they walk the shows. The addition of Cleaning 2015 helps us do just that. There’s a huge overlap between people visiting our Maintec and Facilities Management shows and those involved in cleaning which is why this is great news for visitors and exhibitors. This combination of events will be incredibly powerful."