The British Cleaning Council has announced the date and location of its 2011 conference, which will once again be brought to you in partnership with C&M magazine. BCC Conference 2011 - Social Responsibility, will be staged at Kings Place Conference Hall in London on 11 October, aiming to provide 400 attendees holding senior positions from both the public and private sector with high-quality content, first-class speakers and networking opportunities.
In recent years, changing expectations mean that businesses are engaging with their responsibilities to both society and the environment in new and original ways - the key challenge is establishing where best practice exists and how it can be successfully applied to an organisation. The BCC Conference programme has been designed to help delegates answer this question, ensuring they receive a broad, fresh and invaluable insight into the social responsibility issues that are defining the modern business era.
The day will feature influential and highly regarded speakers from the areas of health and safety, ethical remuneration, business sustainability, the broader economic outlook and international labour laws, sourced from across business, government and the media. By assembling this diverse line-up of industry leaders working at the top of their professions, the BCC is able to offer the brightest speakers around to share their experience and insight with the cleaning and facilities management industry.
Mark Woodhead, chairman of the British Cleaning Council, said: "After the success of last year’s conference we are delighted to offer professionals from across the industry the opportunity to attend our annual event once again. In response to last year’s unprecedented demand, we have decided to grow our event and allow a greater number of delegates to attend, exposing them to the very latest ideas and business-intelligence around social responsibility, high-calibre personalities and unrivalled networking opportunities."
Further details and tickets are available from the BCC website: www.britishcleaningcouncil.org/cleaningconference.html