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Visitors to get expert advice and educational content on the ‘Five Pillars of FM’ at The Facilities Event 2019

06 November 2018

The Facilities Event, the leading exhibition dedicated to the UK’s facilities and workplace industry, has announced it will be tackling FM’s biggest challenges, when the event returns to the NEC, Birmingham on the 9-11 April 2019.

In response to imminent technological, sociological and cultural changes facing British business in 2019, The Facilities Event has said it aims to tackle some of the most pressing technical issues head-on and create a forum where FM’s can find answers to their workplace challenges.

The show will centre around The Facilities Hub, which will address what the organisers are calling the ‘Five pillars of FM’ covering cleaning services, security, catering, property management and support & technology services.

The programme will be designed to give attendees access to three days of educational content and practical information in these areas. In addition, exhibiting companies will be leading experts in their field, ready and on hand to provide 1-2-1 bespoke advice to attendees.

Confirmed exhibitors include Clockwork IT, Ergotron, FSI (FM Solutions), Humanscale UK, IDOX Software, Luminos Lighting and Keytracker and many more.

Visitors to the event will also be able to experience some new features at the show including The Recruitment Clinic, a drone demonstration area featuring the very latest technology in unmanned aerial vehicles and a new-look CPD accredited seminar programme.

“The role of a facilities manager is a challenging yet extremely rewarding one. It takes hard work, dedication and a wide variety of skills to ensure an organisation is running at its most productive and cost-efficient 24 hours a day” says Rachel Godfrey, Event Manager, Western Business Exhibitions.

“At The Facilities Event 2019, we want to give the UK’s facilities professionals help and support in key areas that affect their everyday working role.

"By tackling each key area of FM individually, visitors will have the opportunity to create a personalised event experience and find real solutions to the issues that facing their business.”

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