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First Round of ISSA Innovation Awards Winners Announced

November 17, 2021

Results of online voting for the  ISSA Show Innovation Awards were announced Tuesday morning at ISSA Show North America 2021  at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The annual ISSA Innovations Awards program honors trailblazing companies in the commercial, institutional, and residential cleaning community.

Distributors, wholesalers, manufacturer representatives, building service contractors, residential cleaners, and in-house service providers voted for the product they believe has had the most significant impact in the professional cleaning industry. Watch the video below for the results—the winners of the Distributor Choice Award, Residential Cleaning Choice Award, Manufacturer Representative Choice Award, and the Facility Service Provider Choice Award. 

 

A judging panel of industry experts will consider criteria such as sustainability, originality, practicality, and more in choosing the five Innovation of the Year Award Honorees, and one overall Innovation of the Year Award winner on Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Innovation Showcase, Booth #266.

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