Retail facility pros face challenge to provide safe, clean store environments while maintaining brand standard for clean.
Even though the digital revolution has transformed shopping, two-thirds of customers purchasing online use a physical store to connect with brands and products, according to a recent survey conducted by AT Kearney. Given the increased focus on the importance of the store to the shopper, the in-store experience is naturally capturing the attention of retail industry leaders.
Consequently, retail facilities management professionals are continually struggling to keep retail stores safe and clean in accordance with brand standards.
This white paper explores the primary issues and challenges of Retail Facilities Management (FM) professionals and the associated supplier community as they grapple with finding cost effective ways to provide a clean, safe store environment for sales associates and shoppers alike. Top issues discussed include:
- Defining clean for your retail brand
- Defining the cost of clean for your brand
- Understanding health concerns, LEED and green cleaning
- Understanding contractors’ challenges, specifically labor laws for janitorial services, working with retail procurement and the total cost of ownership.
From benchmarking standards and cleaning program costs, to getting the job done in an environmentally friendly way, download your copy of the white paper to learn more today.