The single largest platform for the cleaning fraternity in India, Clean India Pulire 2013, in its 10th edition, will witness the convergence of leading cleaning professionals from across the world. In order to fertilize the business on par with International trade, this year will see three new pavilions, 40 new exhibitors, 30 new launches, new machines and solutions, new segment of visitors and the all-new Clean India Awards.
“Clean India Journal is the only promoter and leader – bringing the crucial, healthy and specific information and awareness to the Indian Cleaning Industry through its magazines, seminars and shows. Clean India Awards is the next welcome step for our cleaning industry. It will help guide and promote the arguably best suitable cleaning equipment, tools, chemicals, new products and hygiene solutions in the industry.”
“The supply of ‘Margarita, The Benjamin’ with a composition of a special Cuvee of Grand Marnier… finished with Louis XIII Cognac… is limited, but the demand is getting up. Let’s have some tequila shots instead!” – were the words of a hospitality consultant explaining the shift towards the fertile markets of Tier II cities to keep up the demand. While the hospitality business is moving to Tier II cities to tap the growing demand, better connectivity & infrastructure, advent of MNCs and rising lifestyle of middle class in Tier II & III cities have opened new markets not only for hotel chain operators but also for the cleaning industry. Suprita Anupam explores…
Can a city survive without its garbage collectors, especially the barely visible workforce of women ragpickers? Women ragpickers labour from dawn to dusk everyday collecting and segregating garbage to sell recyclable items. Wonder what they earn for this back-breaking work? Do they have any dreams for their future?