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30 April 2009

Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, The Facilities Show has provided the ideal platform for FM product and services launches since its inception. With more than 120 companies exhibiting at this year’s show, 2009 is set to continue this trend.

Numerous industry leading companies will be launching their latest products and innovations at The Facilities Show 2009 when it takes place from 12-14 May at the NEC Birmingham.

ZeROboss, a revolutionary new concept for external and internal cleaning, will be amongst the launches. Created with and for the facilities manager, ZeROboss can considerably cut cleaning costs by providing an integrated equipment and training package to enable facilities managers to effectively take specific cleaning jobs in-house for the first time. Visit stand D9 for further information.

Energys Group Ltd will also launch its 'Budget from Savings' funding scheme at the show. In partnership with Sunrise Global Finance, the scheme will help businesses ease the financial burden of switching to energy-efficient lighting. Energys has put in place a rental option for its low-energy lighting products and the associated implementation costs. The rental can include maintenance, so that with one single quarterly payment the client can enjoy a fully-managed service as a way to save money. Representatives from Energys will be on stand D23 to answer any queries.

Darren Gilchriest, Event Manager of The Facilities Show, said: “With more exhibitors than ever before, this year’s exhibition is set to be the most exciting in The Facilities Show’s history. Thousands of industry professionals will be passing through our doors to see industry renowned companies showcase their latest products and we are confident they will not leave disappointed.”

The Facilities Show 2009 will be co-located with four other industry leading events - the world’s largest annual security event IFSEC, Fire & Rescue, International Firex and Safety & Health Expo.

For more information and to register for free entry, please visit Companies interested in exhibiting should contact Fergus Bird on +44 (0) 20 7921 8660 or email

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