IEHA 50th Conference and Convention

Save the date! IEHA will be headed to Chicago on October 22-28, 2016 for our 50th Conference and Convention held in conjunction with ISSA/INTERCLEAN®. 

Westerville, OH — [June 29, 2016] —The International Executive Housekeepers Association (IEHA), a leading non-profit organization providing education and resources to individuals who manage professional cleaning operations, will hold its 50th Conference and Convention on October 22-28, 2016, at the Holiday Inn Mart Plaza in Chicago, IL. Held in conjunction with ISSA/INTERCLEAN, the event will offer attendees exclusive access to an All-Star lineup of speakers and events designed to keep professionals at the top of their cleaning game.

“We held our first convention or ‘congress’ back in 1930, and welcomed Eleanor Roosevelt as our keynote speaker in 1932,” said Lorrie Tripp, IEHA President-Elect and Convention Manager. “Since then, we’ve always hosted a great line-up of speakers who offer information and insights on our profession that you won’t be able to find anywhere else.” 

In addition to the 12 hours of education scheduled, IEHA will host several networking and social events, including a welcome party and formal banquet dinner, accompanied by music and dancing. Educational topics will focus on management strategies, leadership techniques and innovative new approaches to common challenges faced by cleaning professionals. Attendees will also have the opportunity to earn their certification through the Professional Educational Credentialing Program (PECP) Boot Camp, held Oct. 21-22. 

“Professionals who attend our show regularly tell us that the networking opportunities is one of the primary benefits of attending an IEHA conference,” added Tripp. “The spirit of community and camaraderie felt amongst members and conference attendees is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. It will open up new doors for employment, help you solve issues and provide you with resources to take the next step in your career.”

Registration packages include entry to IEHA and ISSA educational sessions, entry to the ISSA/INTERCLEAN® tradeshow, keynote address, IEHA Welcome Party, food functions and transportation to and from the convention center (on tradeshow days) from the Holiday Inn-Mart Plaza, commemorative registration bag and gifts.

To view IEHA's Schedule at a Glance, go to For general information related the convention or to register, please go to

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Call for Speakers at ARCSI Convention 2016

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Do you have a topic that the home cleaning industry NEEDS to hear?

How about a presentation that will help small business owners become more successful?

Are you an ARCSI member or Industry Partner that has valuable information that can help entrepreneurs in the cleaning business grow their companies?

Submit your ideas today!

Presentation ideas must be received by Friday, February 26, 2016. 
For more information, contact Erin Lasch, ARCSI Director of Communications, or 614-547-0887.

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Join residential cleaning business owners, managers, and technicians from across the globe for a week filled with industry updates, networking, and professional development and education with experts from all areas of business growth. 

To register visit Here is the 2016 lineup of speakers:

Pillars of Customer Service

Dave Murray, The DiJulius Group

Dave joined The DiJulius Group after 20 years of experience in customer service, marketing, and sales, primarily in the sports and entertainment industry. Dave’s experience has varied from leading call centers and front-line team members, to working closely with key partners and stakeholders. A former client of The DiJulius Group, Dave has been working with the X-Commandments since the debut of “What’s The Secret” in 2008. Dave has been personally trained on the methodology created by John DiJulius, and uses it regularly with clients including Anytime Fitness, Carnival Cruise Lines, TravelCenters of America, and many more. As a Senior Customer Experience Consultant with The DiJulius Group, Dave leads clients in generating ideas, turning those ideas into systems, and then implementing and executing them enterprise wide.

Why 93% of Cleaning Companies Don't Reach $1 Million  (And How You Can Get There)

Debbie Sardone, The Maid Coach

Debbie is a leading expert in the cleaning industry. She started her business out of the trunk of her car and grew it to one of the largest maid services in the country. Her national nonprofit has helped thousands of women receive free housecleaning while battling cancer, and her global consulting business helps maid service owners get where they want to be in business.

Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast

Kristen Hadeed, Maid Suite

Over the last nine years, Kristen Hadeed has challenged the millennial status quo and learned it takes to bring out the best in people. At 19, she launched a company that has now employed hundreds of millennials and is known for its industry‐leading retention rate and culture of trust, accountability and empowerment. Many of her former employees have gone on to run their own businesses and have received highly‐sought after positions in companies around the world.

Let's Get This MONEY!

Alonzo Adams, Busy Bee Cleaning Company

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