Survey says: Cleaning industry is cautiously optimistic

P&G Professional poll includes more than 400 cleaning professionals from healthcare, food service, commercial and hospitality sectors.

By Healthcare Facilities Today
August 23, 2013

The cleaning industry has become somewhat more efficient with operations and keeping costs down in the last two years – and in the wake of an improving economy – a tone of cautious optimism is apparent. This is according to the 2013 Cleaning Industry Insights Survey from P&G Professional posted recently on CleanLink.com.

According to survey respondents, cutbacks on luxuries have been reduced and pressures have eased. However, loss of business and customer dissatisfaction are the leading causes of worry, keeping key decision makers on their toes to ensure continued improvements and efficiencies.

The survey results were based on the responses of more than 400 cleaning industry professionals and key decision makers across healthcare, food service, commercial and hospitality sectors. This study follows the inaugural survey which was released in late 2011.

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