NanoTouch welcomes new distributors in Canada, Romania and Kazakhstan.
500 Hopkins Street
Whitby, ON L1N 2B9
Dia-Co Hygiene srl
Part of Framinor Grup srl
Bucurestii Noi Blvd.no 67
District no 1
Phone : +40216673784
Cell : +40726317089
SR Gicom Group
A. Moldagulova Ave., 2B
Republic of Kazakhstan
Tel: +7 7132 57 82 82
Mobile: +7 701 724 32 20
Up against SC Johnson, 3M, Clorox and Gojo (Purell)...and We Won!
This year’s ISSA InterClean conference in Chicago had more than 17,000 attendees, 700+ exhibitors and 55 innovation entries from 25 countries. NanoSeptic surfaces stood out from the crowd and took home the award for most innovative cleaning agent by making clean visible.
NanoSeptic skins for covering high traffic touch points, like door handles, garnered the most attention from distributors, facility managers and BSCs (building service contractors) since they recognized the business value in having visibly cleaner facilities.
It’s not renovation or incremental upgrades, it’s innovation...creating completely new solutions...sometimes to problems you didn’t realize you had. Last year we received a $2 million grant, and our research revealed the problem with this highly commoditized industry was that the concept of clean was invisible so people didn’t perceive real value. That’s why, out of 700 exhibitors and 55 innovation entries, NanoSeptic self-cleaning surfaces were the only products at the show that literally made clean visible.
In a video interview at the show, NanoTouch co-founder Mark Sisson challenged the industry to re-think the idea of clean. "When is the last time someone felt good about touching a restroom door handle?" he asked. This innovation provides new value and revenue opportunities for companies providing these products.
Interview focused on how self-cleaning surfaces are disrupting the commercial cleaning industry. For an entire week in September, more than 16,000 cleaning professionals from 77 countries attended the International Sanitary Supply Association show in Las Vegas. NanoTouch co-founder Mark Sisson was invited to to be interviewed about the state of self-cleaning surfaces and the latest products being developed for the commercial cleaning and facility management industry. Click the image above to watch the interview.