As the leading trade association for the cleaning industry worldwide, ISSA is committed to helping its members change the way the world views cleaning. We promote the vision that cleaning is an investment in human health, the environment, and an improved bottom line.
Our more than 7000 members include distributors, manufacturers, manufacturer representatives, building service contractors, in-house service providers, and associated service members. ISSA helps increase professionalism and member success by offering global networking and events, regional seminars and member gatherings, valuable market data, news, and business tools that focus on the professional cleaning industry and the value it provides.
For over 100 years, RAI Amsterdam Exhibitions has been a skilled matchmaker between visitors and exhibitors. Its portfolio of A-list brands is managed by dedicated teams of professionals. Supported by a global network of offices and agencies, RAI Amsterdam organises over 25 consumer and trade exhibitions each year for the Dutch and international markets. In addition, its international exhibitions have regional spin-offs in China, the US, Poland, India, Mexico and Turkey. No matter where the exhibitions take place, RAI Amsterdam focuses on generating and maintaining new and existing business for its exhibitors, visitors, sponsors and partners.
Association of Residential Cleaning Services International (ARCSI) is a member-based professional trade association. It was established to provide business owners in the residential cleaning industry opportunities to come together to share ideas, information, and experience.
The mission of ARCSI is to provide members with a network of knowledge and experience throughout the industry, whether you are a veteran business owner, buying an existing business, or purchasing a franchise. By forging these connections, members benefit from new perspectives while also helping to foster profitable growth in the industry.
This mission is accomplished by perpetually achieving the following goals:
- Provide education programs and networking opportunities to enhance knowledge and expertise
- Provide valuable new and innovative products and services
- Implement the most effective use of technology to advance the Association and our members
- Conduct a government affairs program that informs and educates the membership, monitors issues that affect the industry at the national level, and influences federal legislation and regulation
Cleaning Equipment Trade Association, CETA, is dedicated to increasing the awareness and promotion of our products.
CETA provides distributors, suppliers, and manufacturers with solutions to face an ever-changing marketplace to differentiate themselves from the competition while increasing profitability, professionalism, and integrity between its members.
IEHA is a 3,500-plus professional member organization for persons employed in facility housekeeping at the management level. The organization was founded in 1930 in New York City, and is now located in Westerville, Ohio, a suburb of the State’s capitol, Columbus.
IEHA provides members with an array of channels through which they can achieve personal and professional growth. Some are: leadership opportunities; resource materials; education program designation; employment referral service; a Technical question Hotline (1-800-200-6342); networking; an annual convention and trade show including several education sessions; and a bimonthly electronic (green) trade publication, Executive Housekeeping Today.
In 1989, a group of window cleaners met in Lubbock, Texas who determined that there should be a voice for the numerous professionals working within the window cleaning industry. Soon after that initial meeting, the International Window Cleaning Association was formed. From that day forward, it has been the mission of the IWCA to educate and assist its members in developing professionalism, ethics and standards of safety and to actively represent the concerns and interests of window cleaning companies.
The mission of the IWCA is to educate and assist its members and the window cleaning industry in standards of safety, conduct industry research and provide business operations resources as well as represent the interests of the industry to regulatory agencies.