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Page 2 www.cms-berlin.de PEOPLE AND BUSINESS endash.cap ND INTERNATIONAL CMS CONGRESS2 2ND INTERNATIONAL CMS CONGRESS 23rd and 24th of September 2015 People and Business in focus As part of the CMS 2015 Berlin – Cleaning. Management. Services. discussions at the 2nd International CMS Congress will focus on the factors of “People and Business”. Within the scope of this topic, the conference will examine the two decisive components that signifi cantly infl uence commercial enterprises in the cleaning industry.  Leading figures from the cleaning sector around this area of activity. The experts will discuss in their the world, from Europe, the USA, South Africa, India speeches and panel discussions the question, if and to and China, will be discussing current aspects of this what extent the supply and demand on the cleaning subject in a global context. The CMS Congress enjoys market, will change in the near future and what the active support of the European Federation of impact this has on the skills needed in the labour Cleaning Industries EFCI, the European Cleaning Ma- market? What kind of workforce will the sector have to chines Association EUnited and the International As- employ in the future in order to meet customer needs sociation for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Pro- in a sustainable way? In this context, participants will ducts A.I.S.E. The venue for the congress, which takes also discuss the role that is likely to be played by such place on the 23rd and 24th September, is Marshall-Haus, developments, as demographic changes, an increase a listed building on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds and in pandemics and infections and the increasing de- the proceedings will be translated simultaneously into mand for hospital capacity, care facilities and private which the market is affected by a shortage of trained Photo: Messe Berlin German, English and French. care services. Experts will also consider the extent to People are the key factor specialists, the phenomenon of worldwide feminisa- The choice of theme for the CMS Congress 2015 tion and youth unemployment in Southern Europe. emphasises the particular importance of people in Thursday, 24 September 2015 PROGRAMME 10:00–10:15 am Presentation of the WFBSC Congress 2016 in Tokio 10:15–11:00 am Technology and Sustainability: scientifi c Wednesday 23 September 2015 progress that increases the value of clean Dr. Ilham Kadri, President of the Diversey Care 2:00–2:30 pm Welcoming adresses Division of Sealed Air Corp., Netherlands Dr. Christian Göke, CEO Messe Berlin GmbH 11:00–11:50 am Hygiene scandals in Bremen, Berlin, Mannheim, Bengt Jödahl, President European Federation Kiel – why don‘t we learn from them? of Cleaning Industries Markus Asch, President EUnited Cleaning Dr. med. Klaus-Dieter Zastrow, Director of the Institute Susanne Zänker, International Association for for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine Vivantes Clinic Berlin, Germany Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products 11:50–12:10 am Coff ee Break 2:30–3:15 pm Keynote – requested 12:10 am–1:00 pm Backround conditions and development potential 3:15–4:15 pm Challenges from demographic change – the for the cleaning industrie on large volume markets labour market now and in the future Panel discussion Panel discussion Markus Asch, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Pascal Gauthier, CEO ONET Cleaning and Services, France Alfred Kärcher Gmbh & Co. KG, Germany Scott Newland, COO EC Synergy SA, United Kingdom Ying Lin, CEO Secaide, China Adrienne Axler, CEO Sodexo, Belgium (requested) Stan Doobin, President of Harvard Maintenance, USA Klaus Pankau, Personnel Director WISAG, Germany Paresh Parekh, General Manager Sort India Enviro Solutions, India Vera Glebovskaya, Director Cleaning Master, Russia 4:15–4:35 pm Coff ee Break 1:00–1:45 pm Midday Break 4:35–5:35 pm International comparison of training Panel discussion 11:45–2:35 pm Hygiene and Sustainability Karl Breer, Management Breer Gebäudedienste, Germany Dr. Raj Rajan, Vice President and Global Mario Gomez, former trainee, Breer Gebäudedienste, Germany Sustainability Leader Ecolab Inc., USA Preyansi Mani, Master Trainer VDMA, India Santanu Gosh, trainee, Inda 2:35–3:30 pm Infl uences of diff erent cultures on standards, Clive Damonze, instructor, Director Metserve requirements and implementation in Managed Solutions, Südafrika building cleaning in various nations Sujata Banerjee, Senior Consultant in cooperation 6:30 pm CMS reception, admission from 6:00 pm with intercultures, Germany/India 3:30 pm Conclusion of congress, visit to trade show Moderation: Cathy Smith, Brüssel – one teaching unit Simultaneous translation in English, French, German Issue 27.03.2015. Subject to alterations.


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