London is admired by tourists from all over the world for all its countless assets. But at one point, it was also voted as one of the dirtiest European cities (with the best public parks too however) on a travel website! Of course, Londoners and visitors alike don’t want this, and the best way for both making a good impression and boosting productivity is by ensuring that shops, restaurants, offices and other commercial establishments are as clean and pristine as possible.
When running a business, naturally your chief concerns are production, turnover and profit, but it is important not to forget that things like cleanliness also play more of a major role in your business’ success than you may realise. Tidiness and clean facilities are key to making a great first impression to employees and clientele alike. In fact, you probably haven’t noticed it yet, but a visibly sanitary establishment is what helps keep clients coming back.