During the Covid pandemic, the cleaning industry’s importance to public health was brought front and center. Suddenly seeing the work of cleaning and sanitizing surfaces in buildings became mission critical to giving tenants the confidence needed to return to work. BSCs have a golden opportunity to seize the new perspective that cleaning should be seen (and not just relegated to evening work in unoccupied buildings). The day has come for daytime cleaning to become the norm rather than the exception. Why daytime cleaning? The benefits are numerous to BSCs and your clients; visibility of cleaning for occupant confidence, ‘day porter/concierge’ level service to break the commodity mindset, ability to hire quality staff looking for day-hour jobs and more. When done well, clients love daytime cleaning as it’s more sustainable, energy-efficient and shows their stakeholders they value a clean and healthy workplace. But a shift to daytime cleaning without proper planning and communication can jeopardize client relationships. The session speakers are experts and BSC practitioners of daytime cleaning in millions of square feet of buildings of all kinds. They will share their knowledge of how to set up a program tailored to the client’s situation and communicate with all the key stakeholders to ensure ‘buy-in’ and cooperation. They will have you thinking completely differently about what defines ‘daytime cleaning’ and what it takes to do it successfully on a repetitive basis. You will gain a competitive edge by offering a better approach to cleaning.