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BIFM Awards 2010 - open for entries

18 February 2010

The BIFM Awards 2010 are open for entries in 13 categories. The Awards will be presented at the BIFM Awards dinner on 11th October at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

The BIFM Awards recognise more than just the work that FM’s do.  There are 13 category headings, and the awards are given for excellence in the field of FM where it can be demonstrated within the context of the category criteria.
The categories are:
 Facilities Manager of the Year
 Student of the Year
 Communications & Marketing
 Public Sector Excellence in FM Team
 Corporate Occupiers Excellence in FM Team
 Innovation in Customer Service
 Overall FM Industry Impact
 Innovation in Products
 Sustainability & Environmental Impact
 Innovation in Technology & Systems
 Property Investors Excellence in FM Team
 Impact on Organisation & Workplace
 FM Excellence in a Major Project
The judges for 2010 will be lead by Oliver Jones, chief executive of The Asset Factor and a partner with EC Harris.  Oliver leads a highly experienced team to decide upon the winners, based on specific criteria.  He said:  “The BIFM Awards present a great opportunity for teams and leading individuals in our industry to be recognised against the very best of the competition.  To win an Award is a powerful message to the employers of in-house teams, to the clients of outsourced teams and to all staff and team members at all levels.  With our leading industry representatives as judges, the only question is: Who can stand out and show the excellence our industry is capable of?”
Anyone who takes a serious interest in where they and their profession are heading should view the BIFM Awards as an essential part of their education and continuing professional development, and as such, worthy of prestigious acclaim.  The Awards highlight an area that the FM and their teams have made a real impact
If you would like to nominate a colleague or company, please visit www.bifm.org.uk/awards2010 or contact Sandra Light from FM Events at sandra@fmevents.biz or 0141 639 6192.  The closing date for entries is Friday 30th April 2010.
The BIFM Awards is the biggest single networking event in the FM calendar, and gives national recognition to the leaders in the FM profession, rewarding excellence among companies and individuals, and capturing the imagination of everyone involved in facilities management.
The BIFM Awards dinner will be held on 11th October at The Grosvenor House Hotel, London and celebrate the increasingly strategic profile of FM, highlighting the key role it plays in the success of public and private sector organisations.  Tickets to this influential event are also available from the above contact details.


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