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Fourth study on FM sector future launched

11 April 2016

Sheffield Hallam University has launched its fourth FM sector survey and is inviting facilities professionals to provide insight into current practices, issues and expectations in the industry.

In addition to a focus on service delivery models, client and provider relationships and outsourcing trends, the study will also consider how the industry has changed since the last survey in 2012.

It will also explore new areas to inform its understanding of the future FM industry, the university stated.

Closing on 22 April, each completed response will see £2 donated to the national breast cancer Walk the Walk and the university expects to raise more than £1,000 from the exercise.

The survey will be conducted in parthership with industry partners, including GRITIT and Servest.

Responses to the Sheffield Hallam University industry survey should be completed by 22 April.

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