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Neil to keynote at BCC Conference

Published 29th June, 2012 by Neil Nixon

Neil to keynote at BCC Conference

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has announced that Andrew Neil is confirmed as keynote speaker at its 2012 annual conference, which will take place at Coin Street Conference Centre on London’s South Bank on 23 October.

The broadcaster, businessman and distinguished journalist will share his experiences of working with Rupert Murdoch and interviewing major public figures, while former Greggs Boss, Sir Michael Darrington, will be speaking about a life in business which saw him build a phenomenally successful British company over 25 years.

The BCC has also announced that Vitec Global Ltd will feature as one of the event’s core sponsors. Vitec owns, formulates, manufactures, and markets a range of antimicrobial chemicals, providing an invisible protection that continuously kills bacteria suitable for use in numerous industries. Vitec markets and sells a range of consumer and commercial products under the MaxGermGuard brand and will present an array of its products at the event.

In three successful years, the BCC annual conference has established itself as a must-attend event for professionals concerned with creative solutions and commercial success in the cleaning industry. The previous two events have sold out, with over 200 senior executives convening each year to discuss, debate and disseminate the latest economic trends and managerial thinking within the sector.

The event will be run in partnership with other sponsors: Kimberly-Clarke Professional, Selden Research, Diversey, C&M Magazine, South Thames College, and Norse
Early bird tickets for the Conference 2012, priced at £99 plus vat, are available from the British Cleaning Council’s website: www.britishcleaningcouncil.org/cleaningconference.html.

A limited number of sponsorship places are still available - please contact Peter Carrol by telephone: 020 7920 9640 or email: press@britishcleaningcouncil.org for further information.

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http://www.britishcleaningcouncil.org/cleaningconference.html