If you’re interested in getting organised, you can join the association of professional declutterers and organising (APDO). As the UK’s membership organisation, APDO represents the interests of its members and works to promote the industry. Members offer practical support to help people declutter and organise their homes and workplaces. Sian Pelleschi is the association’s new president.

APDO is the UK’s membership association for declutterers and organisers

APDO is the UK’s membership body for professional declutterers and organisers and is a non-profit organisation. It aims to promote the organising industry and provide professional development for its members. The association is part of a global community of professional organising associations and encourages collaboration among members.

APDO supports the growth of the industry through regular meetings, professional development opportunities, and training for members. The Association also organises an annual conference for its members. Its mission is to provide members with the knowledge and resources they need to grow their business.

APDO also provides guidance and information for people looking for help with decluttering their home. It also has an online directory that can help you find a declutterer. A membership in APDO means you’ll be able to find professional declutterers with a wide range of experience and specialisations.

It represents the interests of its members

The Association of professional declutterers and organising (APDO) is a not-for-profit organisation based in the United Kingdom that represents the interests of decluttering professionals and their businesses. Its activities are funded by membership fees, training programmes and sponsorships. Its Board comprises professional declutterers and organisers. Its aim is to promote the interests of the sector and provide training and mentoring opportunities to members. It also hosts an annual conference for members. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in decluttering or organising.

Its members offer practical help to organise homes and workplaces

The Association of professional declutterers and orgaisers (APDO) members provide sympathetic and practical help to de-clutter and organise homes and workplaces. The group also represents the organising industry and provides expert advice to members on issues such as PR and the media. Members can also access free resources to help them achieve their organising goals.

Its new president is Sian Pelleschi

The Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers (APDO) is a UK association of professional declutterers and organiser. It sets standards for the industry. Sian Pelleschi, from Stockport, has been running her own professional decluttering business, Sorted!, since 2017. She previously held the position of conference director on the APDO’s board for two years. In her new role as president, she will work to improve the organization’s standards and create an inclusive community.

APDO is a not-for-profit association that promotes collaboration between members and the industry. Sian Pelleschi’s recent appointment comes at a time when the sector is in need of a boost. According to the organisation, the average UK home loses fifty square feet of space due to clutter. And over a fifth of Brits say that a cluttered home is a contributing factor to a gloomy mood.