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Workplace Futures - People, service and profit

10 September 2009

The next Workplace Futures 2010 has been announced with the theme People, Service, Profit: A Meeting of Minds to be held in February 2010 at IBM South Bank, London

People, service and profit - all critical factors in the business of facilities management:. And aligning supplier objectives with client objectives for each is vital to a successful long-term relationship – but that's no easy challenge, especially now with the pressures of recession added to the 'normal' pressures of business, technology and regulatory change.

What can you do to get the best FM performance for today and be fully prepared for tomorrow? What should you be doing now?

The Workplace Futures team has developed a reputation for pulling together some of the best speakers available to share experience and advice on issues like these that matter to everyone in this business – whether you're an in-house FM or an outsource service provider.

Unlike many other conferences that promise relevant views and useful advice, this one will deliver. We want you to take away fresh insights and practical knowledge that you can apply to your own business. All speakers will be briefed to break down the issues and opportunities, offering clear, hard information complemented with metrics, checklists and tips.

 Workplace Futures is to held on 11 February 2010 at IBM South Bank, London
The delegate rate is: £525 + vat – but we have made one important stipulation. We want service providers to buy at least two places so they can bring at least one client with them. The programme has been carefully designed to explore both sides of the FM equation, and there's plenty for both sides to learn.

Discounts are available for i-FM licence holders, FMA members and for multiple bookings.
But act soon - delegate numbers are limited to 75 and they are likely to go fast.

Visit for full details, or of course you can phone 020 8922 7491 or email me at

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