NEW YORK, Dec. 2, 2013 /CNW/ - Harvard Maintenance (www.harvardmaint.com) announces the 20th Congress of World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC) (www.wfbsc2014.com), a bi-annual conference for the building service industry, will be hosted in New York in Spring 2014.
The 2014 WFBSC event will feature the best revenue boosting strategies, hiring and retention strategies, as well as valuable insights to grow your profits from industry leading suppliers like Sealed Air and Karcher and featured speakers, including Jim Collins, Steve Forbes, Peter Diamandis, and Richard Besser.
"The WFBSC conference provides a unique opportunity for leaders in the building services industry from around the world to assemble and share innovative ideas and techniques," said Stan Doobin, President and CEO of Harvard Maintenance and 2014 WFBSC host. "As an event that has played a role in Harvard Maintenance's large success over the years, we are pleased to be hosting the 20th WFBSC conference here in New York City."
Harvard Maintenance, who has been leading the industry in Service Excellence™ since 1961, is one of the largest and fastest growing privately owned providers of high quality managed services in the United States with services offered in 38 states.
The WFBSC is a union of national and international associations, individual contracting companies, manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe who come together bi-annually in an international forum.
The event will be held at The New York Marriott Marquis on April 6-9, 2014. For more information and details on attending, visit www.wfbsc2014.com.
About Harvard Maintenance
Harvard Maintenance is one of the largest and fastest growing privately owned providers of high quality managed services in the US. Our success over the last fifty years stems from Harvard's Inverted Pyramid®, which puts our employees first in order to drive superior client satisfaction. Our Service Excellence™ philosophy sets an expectation for our clients, and our employees. Our employee and client focus continues to fuel our success.
About the World Federation of Building Service Contractors (WFBSC)
Established in 1978, the World Federation of Building Service Contractors is the Global trade association for private sector employers in the contract cleaning sector. WFBSC members are among the leading providers of out-sourced cleaning services to a wide variety of public and private sector clients. For more information, visit www.wfbsc.org.
SOURCE: Harvard Maintenance
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