The Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (APDO) has announced its presence at major household industry event, the Clean & Tidy Home Show, which brings celebrities, experts and major brands within the home-tidying space together to connect, collaborate and share insight.

Taking place on the 8th and 9th October at ExCeL London, the Clean & Tidy Home Show aims to create a unique community for those who seek a clean home with more space and less clutter.

Exhibiting at the show, APDO will be helping attendees find organisers in their area to meet their specific needs, as well as providing professional organisers with the opportunity to sign up to become a member of the association. Alongside the APDO stand will be an ‘Ask the Expert’ area, enabling visitors at the show who are interested in embarking on a career in professional organising to seek advice and information, as well as consult decluttering experts on various different specialisms throughout the day in a one-on-one setting.

APDO Board Members Jacqueline McLeod of Bancrofts Organisation Services and Siân Pelleschi of Sorted! will be speaking at the event, and participating in panel discussions alongside high-profile influencers and industry leaders such as Officially Hinched, Mrs Peachy Clean, and Property and DIY Interiors TV Presenter Georgina Burnett, who will be hosting the main stage.

APDO Board Members
APDO Board Members, Jacqueline McLeod of Bancrofts Organisation Services and Siân Pelleschi of Sorted!

Jacqueline McLeod, APDO’s Communications Director commented: “APDO is all about helping others to declutter and organise their lives. Through our many specialisms we aim to meet the individual needs of our existing and potential clients.”

Jacqueline added, “We are also passionate about supporting the growth of the industry, and we look forward to sharing our expertise at the Clean & Tidy Home Show with those who are interested in learning more about the decluttering and organising profession.”

APDO, the UK’s membership association for decluttering and organising professionals, sets standards, provides professional development and supports the growth of the industry. Founded in 2004, APDO is a non-profit organisation and belongs to a global community of professional organising associations which foster collaboration to advance the industry through sharing information and ideas.

For more information, visit https://www.apdo.co.uk/