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Drying Out The South
How to deal with cleaning up after a major hurricane
Thriving or Surviving in a Post-Recession Economy

Since the so-called “pundits” have declared the recent recession long over, perhaps it’s as good a time as ever to take stock of its effects, past and current.

We’re proud to announce the 30th anniversary of Services magazine. When MediaEdge bought the publication just four short years ago, we knew it was something special and much more than just a cleaning magazine.

Increase Incremental Revenues with Technology

We surveyed several companies in the United States and Canada to see how cleaning companies are increasing their revenues in this tough economy. There is one key element that all of these companies are using—technology!

2011 BSCAI President Sally Schopmeyer believes BSCAI is headed in the right direction for its members and sponsors. Schopmeyer, who is the second female president in BSCAI’s 46-year history, says, “Despite the many obstacles in running a small business, the future for our association and our industry looks bright.”

BSCAI hosted its 2010 Annual Convention at the Orange County Convention Center and Hilton Orlando in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 11-13. The show was held in partnership with ISSA/INTERCLEAN®, bringing together BSCAI's unmatched networking and education with the industry's largest tradeshow.

Business Communication: Resolution Preparedness Techniques

Perhaps the most difficult part of having a deep conversation with someone you work with on a daily basis is getting the process started.

When looking to buy new cleaning equipment for your company, there are four main factors that building service contractors should consider: return on investment (ROI), equipment effectiveness, ergonomics, and support after the sale.


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