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ISSA Europe launches new website

Published 10th June, 2011 by Neil Nixon

ISSA Europe launches new website

ISSA has launched a new European web site at www.issa.com/europe that is dedicated to serving the needs of members across the continent and reinforces the association’s position at the heart of the global cleaning industry.

The new site is expected to make it even easier for existing and potential members to learn more about the association and the comprehensive range of services it offers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Features include regional news feeds, professional profiles of all the ISSA Europe board members, partner associations and organisations, a directory of members that facilitates collaboration and networking between members, as well as industry research, data, and polls. ISSA Europe will also announce details of regional seminars or meetings and the release of publications or market studies first through the site.

In keeping with ISSA’s mission to represent and assist the entire industry, some of the material on the new site is freely available to visitors while other sections are restricted to members only.

Simple menus and tabs make it easier to navigate intuitively throughout while a clear and modern design ensures that the viewer will be able to easily assimilate all information. A mobile version is also planned for the future.

ISSA director of European services, Keith Baker, said: “The new site is going to resonate right across the cleaning and hygiene sector. It doesn’t just improve communication and connection with existing members, but it is also an information-rich resource in its own right. Everyone in our industry, whether they are a facilities manager adding cleaning to their portfolio for the first time or highly experienced cleaning industry professionals should be sure to bookmark the site. They should also check back regularly, or activate the RSS feed, as it will be updated frequently and the content will be dynamically evolving.”

Article links

http://www.issa.com/europe