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Still time to enter the Golden Service Awards
Entries for the 2018 Kimberly-Clark Professional Golden Service Awards close on Monday 2 October, so there is still time to enter to win one of the most prestigious awards in the cleaning industry.
The biennial awards, which started in 1991, provide the opportunity for contract cleaning companies, facilities management companies and in-house cleaning teams to showcase achievements of innovation and high standards of service – and be recognised for excellence.
How to enter
- Simply select the category you wish to enter from a wide range including healthcare establishment, office building, retail establishment and cleaning supervisor of the year and cleaning operative of the year.
- Read the ‘How to enter’ document featuring the key criteria for each category and hints and tips for a winning entry.
- Produce your entry by completing the online form and submit associated documents.
Winners of the 2018 Kimberly-Clark Professional Golden Service Awards will be announced on 8 March 2018 at The London Hilton Park Lane. The event will celebrate the award winners and recognise excellence across healthcare, office education, retail, manufacturing, hospitality, environment and training.
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