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Facilities show preview


Be part of one of the largest global gathering of facilities managers this June in London


From 19 June, FM professionals from across the globe will descend on ExCeL London, looking to identify new suppliers and source the latest innovative solutions to address project requirements. They’ll also have the opportunity to network in a variety of areas with like-minded peers as they discuss the industry’s hottest topics at the cutting edge of FM, not to mention keeping abreast of all legislation updates and regulation changes


n association with the British Institute of Facilities Management and CBRE, Facilities Show 2018 continues to attract inspirational speakers, contractors and individuals. It champions the industry, changes perceptions, drives excellence and pioneers new-age leadership.


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ENHANCE YOUR KNOWLEDGE Designed explicitly for facilities management practitioners, 2018’s theatre sees each day split into three different themes: the workplace, technology and people. The programme includes presentations and panel discussions on topics including workplaces of the future, security, delivering top class FM on a budget, leadership, office refurbishments and relocations, technology disruption, diversity, skills and recruitment, getting recognition in the board- room and flexible working.


INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKERS An aspirational line-up of speakers including comedian and mental health expert Ruby Wax OBE, Nicky Moffat CBE and Sir Clive Woodward OBE will take to the stage to deliver fascinating, diverse talks on the need for positive professional environments, communications, conditions and challenges and sustaining and growing a healthy, happy, and high-achieving workforce.


BIFM SMART CLIENT PROGRAMME Equipping attendees with the knowledge and tools to make smart procurement decisions enabling successful client-supplier partnerships, seminar sessions will be followed by pre-booked 1:1 appointments with selected suppliers. The 90- minute session will cover: How to select a contractor or supplier; how to use strategic sourcing to improve quality, deliver efficiencies and reduce risk; and what do to when contracts go wrong.


FACILITIES GAMES ARCADE Back by popular demand, the Facilities games arcade is an area of the show floor not to be missed, providing all FMs with the opportunity to grow their professional community.


OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & WELLBEING ZONE In response to industry needs and essential learnings from key government reports, Facilities Show will launch a new area dedicated to the health and


Facilities Show takes place from the 19–21 June 2019 at ExCeL London. Get your badge at: Facilities.ubm-events.com/netmagmedia


wellbeing of the workforce. The focused theatre will deliver thought provoking and tactical seminar sessions on how FMs benefit from enhanced productivity by putting employee health and wellbeing at the forefront of company culture.


SMART WORKING SUMMIT Focussing on participation and collaboration, smart working summits consider the impact of the changing nature of work on; the employee lifecycle journey, workplace technologies; understanding workplace productivity; and achieving genuine corporate sustainability.


SECURITY, SAFETY, FIRE FIELD SERVICE & WORKWEAR Develop your area of expertise and source products in security, safety, field service, fire safety and workwear at IFSEC International, Safety & Health Expo, FIREX International, Field Service Management Expo and the Professional Clothing Show, all taking place in adjoining halls to Facilities Show and free to enter.


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