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Planning Ahead

September 19, 2010
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If you are planning to attend next month’s ISSA/Interclean show, which will be held on September 8-11 in Las Vegas, chances are you and your team are finalizing plans and setting objectives.

In addition to the trade show, educational opportunities are also taking place throughout the event.

Visit www.issa.com to find out more details.

Do you have specific goals in mind for the time that you will spend on the trade show floor?

We feature products and services that are “Worth Seeing at ISSA.”

Next month will be our show issue, so stay tuned for more information.

Also in the works
In addition to planning for North America’s largest cleaning related trade show, the Cleaning & Maintenance Management staff is also currently working hard to plan for 2009.

Since 1964, Cleaning & Maintenance Management readers have depended on our publication for in-depth technical cleaning answers and management techniques.

Our content is balanced and focused on product application and the business management needs of building service contractors and in-house cleaning professionals.

As a leader on the Internet, Cleaning & Maintenance Management has the unique ability to provide solutions to your common concerns each and every day.

As JanSan becomes more complex — through ties with infection control and environmental stewardship, for example — our industry-leading publication will become more important to facility managers and building service contractors.

Therefore, your feedback is critical to our success as an industry media outlet.

Your vote counts
Recently, we sent out a survey to our subscribers.

These surveys are commonly used to help us identify industry trends and help formulate the editorial package for the upcoming year.

Over the past two years, you have probably noticed some changes here at Cleaning & Maintenance Management.

These changes include a redesigned website.

We have also modernized the appearance of the industry’s only daily e-news service, CM e-News Daily™.

We’ve added an online series of Critical Issues Seminars as well as special reports on our e-news service.

Additionally, we have enhanced our print product as well.

Besides visual upgrades, we have added some new columns, sections, and expert contributors.

These changes are in response to shifts in readers'' and the industry''s needs.

How have these changes and additions affected your business or operation?

If you have not completed our recent survey, please take the time and do so, it is greatly appreciated.

If you have not received our survey, please email rdipaolo@cmmonline.com for a copy.


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