ISSA Adds Beech to Media Team


CHICAGO — ISSA, the worldwide cleaning association, has added Scott Beech to its staff.

Beech will be involved in sales as an account executive, working on print and online/digital publications with both Cleanfax and Cleaning & Maintenance Management magazines. Both media brands are owned and operated by ISSA.

Formerly with Crain Communications, Inc., Beech has more than a dozen years of experience in the commercial print, magazine advertising, online and digital sales.

“Scott has the experience and expertise that we were looking for,” said Jeff Cross, executive editor of Cleanfax. “With our traditional media products we have offered over the years, combined with some new products coming soon, bringing Scott onto the Cleanfax team will only strengthen what we have enjoyed since we were acquired by ISSA.”

“I am thrilled to work with the ISSA on its media brands,”, said Beech. “I love the cleaning and restoration industries and have some experience in the past working with them. I’m glad to be back.”

Jeff Cross

Jeff Cross is the ISSA media director, with publications that include Cleaning & Maintenance Management, ISSA Today, and Cleanfax magazines. He is the previous owner of a successful cleaning and restoration firm. He also works as a trainer and consultant for business owners, managers, and front-line technicians. He can be reached at [email protected].

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