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BIFM conference 2009 - call for papers

23 July 2008

Submissions for BIFM’s Annual Conference 2009 at Keble College, Oxford, are now invited. The main themes is sustainability - in organisations and business, through people and skills and the impact on the environment.

The conference title is “Sustainability in action - embedding sustainable FM in your organisation”. The Institute makes no apologies for returning to the sustainability theme for a second year. Both formal and informal feedback shows that sustainability is the key issue, not just for BIFM members and previous conference attendees but across the profession and industry.

The 2009 conference takes place from Tuesday 31st March to Wednesday 1st April. Please visit www.bifm.org.uk/bifm/knowledge/submissions to view details of the parallel session themes and to submit your paper - the deadline is 15th August 2008. The full conference programme will be available later in the year but to register your interest in attending the conference now please visit the special conference website www.bifmconference.com or contact Rebecca Montwill becky.montwill@redactive.co.uk or telephone 0207 880 6214.


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