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Cleanzine - the original Cleaning & Hygiene industry e-news
Read by industry professionals in 148 countries worldwide!
Welcome to the 500th issue of Cleanzine, which I've worked out is the equivalent of a little over 41.5 years' publishing in monthly magazine terms!
In that time we've grown from a 4,400 UK-reader e-zine to one with an 80,000-plus circulation and readers in 148 countries. Bearing in mind that the circulation is fully requested, that's an awful lot of readers who are keen to read about your latest product, piece of equipment or service, so do take advantage of this global platform of potential customers by regularly emailing us your news - it costs nothing other than a little of your time.
It's actually our 10th birthday next February and we're marking this 'double whammy' celebration with a generous prize draw, announced in last week's issue.
We're delighted to say that the winner of a year's free advertising in Cleanzine is Lisa Morantz, President of US-based Morantz Ultrasonics. Look out for the start of Lisa's campaign next year; because of the holidays our next issue will be broadcast on 12th January 2012.
Our thanks go to Rob den Hertog, Senior Product Manager ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam, for doing the equivalent of drawing Lisa's name out of the hat. We had listed the entrants numerically and asked Rob to pick a number. He very cleverly used the calculation 8+9+10+11 May (5)+ 20+12 = 75 (Lisa's number) which just happen to remind us that this is when next year's ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam show takes place. It's not far off now and I for one can't wait!
All that remains for me to say is Merry Christmas! We hope you enjoy whatever break you're able to take and that you stay safe and healthy - and that 2012 will bring some political stability, paid work for those seeking it and economic growth for the global community.
15th December 2011