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PFM starts a new chapter

19 May 2011

After 12 years as the editor of PFM, Jane Fenwick is handing over this role to Tim Fryer, while she continues to manage the PFM Awards and other projects, and write articles.

Tim Fryer is a senior editor at PFM's publishers, IML Group, and has edited leading business-to-business magazines in a number of industry sectors, most recently in electronics.
Commenting on his move into the FM sector, Tim said, "In every sector I have worked in there has been FM working in the background, literally providing the environment in which every organisation in the UK can succeed. Now I have the opportunity to focus solely on it, and it alone. As FM continues to gain recognition as a discipline in its own right, and with UK companies investing in their facilities once more after several years of caution, there could not be a more exciting time to join the FM community."
Jane Fenwick is now PFM's Consultant Editor working part-time with her prime focus on the PFM Awards, while continuing to write articles for PFM. "Having published the 25th Anniversary edition of PFM in March this year, I felt it was time to adjust my work-life balance in favour of 'life'. I look forward to working with Tim to strengthen the editorial scope and content of the magazine and to enhance its digitial presence in the FM sector."
Commenting on the changes at PFM, publisher Peter Middup said, "PFM has had only three editors in its 25 year history; this has been its strength in the market and the basis of its editorial quality. I wish Tim every success in his new role and with Jane as Consultant Editor, PFM now has a formidable editorial team of the highest quality."
Tim Fryer can be contacted by email at and by phone on 01732 359990. He will be based from PFM’s office in Tonbridge, Kent.
Jane Fenwick can continue to be contacted at for PFM Awards enquiries. She will work remotely and can also be contacted on 07789793452 and on .

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