BSCNZ Conference next week

Only one week to go until the BSCNZ’s Cleaning Industry Conference in Rotorua.

There’s only one week to go until the BSCNZ’s Cleaning Industry Conference.

The inaugural conference will take place on 6 and 7 September at the Novotel Rotorua Lakeside Hotel, with the theme ‘Cleaning for a Brighter Future’.

Speakers at the two-day event will include David Warburton, CEO of Auckland Transport; Stu Lumsden, national operations manager for the Labour Inspectorate; Shankara Amurthalingham, operations manager, Auckland District Health Board; Dinesh Sundararaj, training and service improvement manager, Auckland District Health Board; Kathy Schluter, lead for EROAD; and accountancy and advisory professional Dan Henderson.

The conference’s keynotes 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.

A panel discussion will also be held on the first day. Panelists representing FMANZ will include Vesta Gribben of City Care and Jack Crutzen director of Prisma Facilities Management. BSCNZ representatives will include Clinton McKee general manager Central Region OCS NZ and Ash Taylor managing director of TPS.

Michael Woodhouse, Minister for ACC, Immigration and Workplace Relations and Safety, will officially open and attend the conference.

“The NZ cleaning industry is growing aggressively and is constantly put in front of new
exciting challenges and changing business dynamics,” Lillian Small, CEO of the BSCNZ 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.”

Sponsors of the event include Tork, Karcher, Livi and Enable Business. Exhibitors include Premier Hygiene, Kiwi Maintenance Group, NZ Safety Blackwoods and Vault.

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, sponsored by Diversey.

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