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New beginnings 01 August, 2019 The Spring conference was the first outing for new TSA CEO David Stevens... > read more

Further education 02 July, 2019 The Guild of Cleaners and Launderers Conference and Exhibition did...

Networking for change 06 June, 2019 Kathy Bowry talks to David Stevens, newly appointed CEO of TSA and...

TRADE ASSOCIATION PROFILE: AUSTRALIA 01 May, 2019 Fledgling Australian trade association Laundry Association Australia...

Maximising opportunities 13 March, 2019 UK Fashion & Textile Association (UKFT) took over responsibility for...

Setting out the stand for linen procurement in the NHS 05 September, 2018 The Society of Hospital Linen Services and Laundry Managers (SHLSLM)...

TSA demands flexible immigration system as part of Brexit 23 January, 2018 The TSA national conference took place at the Carden Park hotel,...

Travel grants students a valuable learning opportunity 23 January, 2018 The four winners of the Worshipful Company of Launderers Travel...

TSA’s new chairman expounds on association’s vision 25 July, 2017 Charles Betteridge took over as TSA chairman in March. “Without doubt this...

CSR offers laundries massive opportunities 15 February, 2017 In part two of our coverage of World Textile Services Congress 2016...

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