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The Facilities Management Forum – celebrating 20 years at the heart of the business

02 September 2016

The Facilities Management Forum makes its most-anticipated return yet with the celebration of its 20th anniversary.

The industry-renowned event returns bigger and better than ever in 2017 with keynote speakers, leading brands and some of the most innovative product and service providers in facilities management.

Over the last 20 years, the event has continuously developed in size and scope, offering invaluable insight into a wide variety of topics within the facilities management industry, all while providing unparalleled access to the latest products and services.

Taking place on the 30th and 31st January 2017 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, London Stansted, the Facilities Management Forum is the ideal platform to discover what’s new industry, learn how to cut costs and make profitable connections.

Solid Management representative comments on the event: “Anyone thinking of attending the Facilities Management Forum should just do it. There is no way you won’t learn something or meet someone helpful which makes it time well spent”.


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