The annual European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards took place at Church House Westminster in London on 17 October, where the 2019 finalists were honoured at a glittering awards dinner.
The awards dinner was attended by 220 guests. On arrival, guests enjoyed a drinks reception in the Bishop Partridge Hall of the Westminster event venue. The guests then proceeded to the Assembly Hall for the awards presentation and dinner. The three-course menu included hot smoked salmon starter with beetroot mousse, braised feather blade beef as the main course and vanilla baked Alaska for dessert.
The in-house audio-visual team of the Westminster venue coordinated staging, lighting, sound, and projection for the ceremony.
Following a record year for entries, the judges considered over 130 nominations. Twenty-three finalists across nine categories were announced in August, and the London event saw the winners revealed. Now in their fourth year, the awards recognise standards of excellence in the professional cleaning industry. It is also the only pan-European awards for the sector. They were founded by European Cleaning Journal (ECJ).
This year’s sponsors include RAI Amsterdam, Ceris Burns International, Diversey, Greenspeed, i-team Global, Jangro, Principle Cleaning, Werner & Mertz, greencare Professional, Truvox International, Vectair Systems and Vermop Salmon. Media partners include Tomorrow’s Cleaning (UK), GSA (Italy) and Services (France).
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