BICSc unveils membership campaign, inviting members to share what it means to ‘be BICSc’


BICSc unveils membership campaign, inviting members to share what it means to ‘be BICSc’

The British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), the largest professional membership and educational body for the cleaning industry, is launching a special month-long membership campaign in May, inviting members to share what it means to #BeBICSc - alongside several incentives promoting membership uptake amongst the wider cleaning community.

The campaign will encourage current members to share a video or a few words on social media on what BICSc membership means to them using the hashtag #BeBICSc. The first 10 members to take part will receive £50 off their next membership renewal. Full details of how to take part, including a form where members can share their content directly is available online: https://www.bics.org.uk/bebicsc/

Throughout the campaign BICSc is offering a number of incentives to make the benefits of BICSc membership even more accessible to anyone in the industry. Individual members will receive 50% off their first-year membership fee, while corporate members joining in May will have their joining fees waived - this offer is only available to companies that have been trading for a minimum of 12 months, and new individual members must meet the standard joining criteria as set out on the BICSc website.

Karen St James Boyde, membership coordinator, said: “There are many reasons why our members choose to join us - for respect and credibility, to opportunities to learn and make new contacts. By asking our members to share why BICSc membership is important to them we hope we can encourage many more cleaning professionals to join our community of over 30,000 members for all the right reasons, making it one of the strongest networks of cleaning professionals across the globe.”

To take advantage of any of the incentive offers for May new members must quote ‘BeBICSc’. More information on how to become a member is available online: https://www.bics.org.uk/membership/become-a-member/.

Visit: http://www.bics.org.uk
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