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PFM Awards recognise innovation

06 May 2011

By the end of this month all entries in the PFM Awards 2011 need to be completed. Innovation is one of the judging criteria together with Partnership, Achievement and Sustainability. Look at the categories to see what you could enter with your partners.

Has the difficult economic environment prompted changes to the way you deliver services to your clients?  Has your service provider helped you innovate to help your organisation to weather the downturn? 
Yes? Then you should consider entering the PFM Awards 2011. There are specific categories such as Partners in Business Change that focus on how organisations have changed their processes, workplace or location, and sectior specific categories such as Partners in FM- Corporate or Partners in Expert Services where innovation is also a key criteria.
With categories specific to education, public access facilities, secure facilities, SMEs, skills development and e-business, the PFM Awards 2011 cover the FM whole sector.
For details of categories and how to enter CLICK HERE
The Awards are structured to recognise all encompassing FM partnerships through to a single expert services delivered by SME organisations.
* New this year is Partners in FM Secure Facilities which recognises the growing importance to the efficient and effective functioning of military, custodial, police and other secure environments of facilities management.
Individuals are recognised with Awards for facilities managers beginning of their careers through to the Lifetime Achievement in FM Award for leading professionals whose contribution has helped to develop the FM sector.
Don’t delay. Entries must be submitted by FRIDAY 27TH MAY

For more information and advice contact PFM’s Consulting Editor,
http://jane.fenwick@imlgroup.co.uk








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