As it stands, sales-i should be exhibiting at the Manchester Cleaning Show from 25-26th March, however, with the risk of spreading Coronavirus, the event is now postponed until September.
The news of postponing the event was disheartening for both the exhibitors, attendees and event coordinators, as naturally, you work hard to get the show on the road. But following government guidelines, it was always the right thing to do
The Jan/San industry is a busy market. Finding new growth opportunities can be a mammoth task. There are things you can do to ensure your sales stay strong and profits soar. We have put together a few hints and tips to get you thinking about changes that you can implement to establish a successful sales pipeline.Tip 1: Understand your products, it can be difficult
It may seem obvious but not many businesses truly understand all of their product lines
The janitorial and sanitation supply industry is moving at such a fast pace, it is often difficult to keep up. And in a sector worth an incredible $23.6bn, it is not an industry any business would ever want to fall behind in.
That’s why in ‘Going Mobile in the Janitorial and Sanitation Supplies Industry’ we outline five benefits of using mobile technology to help smaller companies compete with the ‘big boys’ and claw back some of their market share.
Going mobile is the next step in the competitive race and will keep you biting at the heels of your top competitors