Andy Marsh, our regular contributor to our Ask the Expert section, is going live with a webinar titled ‘Creating a Better Laundry’ on YouTube this Monday 18 May @11am.
When the industry wakes up from this prolonged period of enforced hibernation it is unlikely that your business will be back to pre COVID-19 levels of trading.
You will be bringing staff back from furlough and will not have enough work to fill their normal working week. Some laundries will unfortunately have to decrease their headcount, but before considering this option this free webinar will offer some ideas of things that you could do to make your business leaner and more efficient.
In this Webinar titled “Creating a Better Laundry” I have explored many activities that you could undertake to streamline your operation. Some will be very obvious and others quite subtle. But I am offering some ideas across the board to keep your staff occupied and doing stuff that will improve your business.
By running the session live, and with others from across the industry, you’ll be able to hear their questions, thoughts and concerns too, and possible solutions for you to consider.
To join Andy in the live webinar and discussion:
Go to Andy’s YouTube channel ‘Marsh Project Solutions’ on Monday 18 May @11am. Andy will welcome you and introduce the webinar. As you watch the short 20-minute presentation Andy will be on hand to answer any questions you have, as well as run a live Q&A at the end.
Our regular Ask the Expert section features industry specialist Andy Marsh who provides expert guidance and sound, practical advice to help you to get the most out of your equipment and processes. Andy is an industry consultant with 25 years of experience across the sector. He has worked in most types of laundries and has designed and built some of UK’s finest operations. He started Marsh Project Solutions four years ago when he recognised that there was a need for independent advice in the industry. He has assisted clients with needs as diverse as machinery choice and supply, to energy saving equipment and water recycling systems. When it comes to laundry, he can pretty much assist wherever there is a need.