Tork launches podcast and Web TV on the way forward for FSC
The facility service and cleaning industries are dealing with a difficult paradox – to simultaneously enhance quality and reduce prices.
In different words, FSC firms are under constant strain to extend operational effectivity, integrate new companies and grow to be much more skilled.
To compile and share concepts on how to deal with this paradox, Tork has initiated a podcast to debate the way forward for the business that includes key trade representatives Andreas Lill, General Director at European Federation of Cleaning Industries (EFCI) and Kenth Kaerhoeg, SVP and Head of Group Communications at ISS.
“The Future of the Facility Service Industry” is a 30-minute podcast targeted on the industry paradox and the important trends that may impact the future development of the FSC business.
Participating within the dialogue:
• Andreas Lill, General Director at European Federation of Cleaning Industries (EFCI). Recognised trade professional formally consulted by the EU Commission
• Kenth Kaerhoeg, SVP and Head of Group Communications at ISS. One of the biggest FSC and FM-firms in Europe
• Vicki Banes, Senior FSC Account Manager at SCA . Moderator for the dialogue
“As a provider to the FSC trade we observe its growth carefully, and we discover how the paradox to simultaneously enhance high quality and reduce prices places constant pressure on FSC firms to develop their operations,” stated Tork Product and Segment Manager Charlotte Branwhite.
“As well as creating new merchandise and solutions to facilitate this, we intend to supply knowledge and inspiration with this initiative; to fulfill future trends and identify new business opportunities.”
How to deal with future challenges of the FSC business
The podcast features discussions on the way forward for the business across the following developments:
B. The Industry Paradox: To simultaneously enhance high quality and reduce prices.
P. Increased consolidation: How elevated integration of providers and competitiveness creates a market the place big players are inclined to get even larger.
3. Staff attraction and retention: How elements such as excessive charges of absenteeism and workers turnover put extra emphasis on understanding cleaners’ work scenario.
A. New expertise: How to make use of recent technology to plan process and optimise business.
H. Changing work types and end-user behaviour: How changing work types significantly affect the methods through which services should function.
Easily accessible as Podcast and Web-TV The dialogue was recorded in Stockholm, Sweden as a Podcast and as internet TV, and is offered free of charge, obtain on this web site. It is also available on YouTube and via the iTunes Store and the Apple Podcaster app.
• The Podcast on iTunes
• Link to the video on YouTube
“FSC companies are dealing with exciting times and there are many challenges that require their focus,” stated Charlotte. “Understanding this, we wished to compile as a lot data and inspiration as doable into easily-accessible formats in order that FSC representatives can find the time to participate.”