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Last chance to complete PFM reader survey - closing today

20 April 2016

We are conducting a comprehensive reader survey to determine the future editorial direction of Premises & Facilities Management magazine.

All readers are invited to take part in the survey, which includes just six questions and is designed to be completed in less than two minutes.

Five of the questions are multiple choice and those wishing to add more detail are welcome to email with their thoughts, or call 01732 359990.

The survey is also included on page 26 of our April issue, providing readers with the option of emailing to or faxing to 01732 770049.

Reader survey opinion is sought on the topics of the current quality of editorial, what sections and topics readers most enjoy and the method they prefer to access information.

Another question also asks for readers' thoughts on what they would like to see included in PFM in the future.

In addition to the survey, PFM is also in the process of creating an editorial advisory board.

This will consist of a mixture of independent FMs, managing buildings and estates of various types and purpose, along with those providing consultancy services.

The board will meet three or four times a year to discuss industry issues and ensure that PFM is up to date with all current and emerging issues in the FM sector.

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