Afidamp has an ambitious goal to create the first national congress of the professional cleaning industry, titled Forum Pulire. The project is designed to give adequate time for reflection, analysis, comparison and discussion on topics of great relevance and great importance, not only for the professional cleaning industry, but for society, in the presence of all those who interact significantly with the universe of professional cleaning.
It is assumed the concept that 'Cleanliness means Quality of Life' to decline this value in six pillars that represent the foundation of civilized life: society, sustainability, responsibility, quality, health, economy, future. We then analyze in more detail the areas where professional cleaning is more involved, as the health, hospitality, mobility, buildings, professional training, to find a concrete answer to the pressing needs of quality, hygiene, security.
The structure includes two days of work, which will host in the first day morning the intervention on scenario with high profile keynote speakers. The theme will be the future. The second day morning will host a session focused on present, while the afternoon will be reserved for in-depth workshop specific to the mentioned areas.
Both mornings will be structured according to the formula of the Round Table. The first will see the presence of a philosopher, a scientist, an economist, an entrepreneur, a person related to environmental issues. We will analyze scenarios in a future economic and social perspective, trying to understand how we will be in the coming decades, what the feeling on sustainability will be, which economic scenarios will run, how the lifestyle will change, in order to define the context in which all sectors, and in particular the professional cleaning, will operate.
The round table on the second day will be devoted to the state of the art, what exists and what we should strive to operate in the future such as that outlined in the first day.Guests will be a pollster, a demographer, a political scientist, a public administrator, an economist, who will accompany the delegates in a process of evaluation of current data and open the debate on how to take action to improve.
The afternoon sessions will see instead the presence of individuals representing the supply and demand for integrated services in the areas of hospitality, healthcare, buildings, mobility and professional training. These moments will have the task of identifying current issues and specifications of the cleaning industry, to address concrete needs and make the cleaning as a benefit, or an absolute value, and not simply as a cost item.
The concept that best sums up the intention of the Forum is Clean:
We think that Italy is a great country
and that it deserves a thorough reconstruction
let’s think about the future ...
... Let’s begin to clean up!