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EFMC call for papers

29 August 2012

Would you like to present a paper at next year’s European Facility Management Conference in Prague next year?

EFMC 2013 takes place on 23-24 May 2013 in Prague, Czech Republic. It is expected to gather more than 700 key players, opinion leaders, researchers and scientists. The organisers have issued a call for papers for the event.

Within the theme “FM for a sustainable Future” you can be a part of an extensive program on a wide variety of FM issues, including:

  • How can FM contribute to a sustainable future?
  • Innovation: the only way to stay ahead of change
  • Ways of increasing the income of the core business
  • How to fulfil the different demands of small and big enterprises
  • Maintenance Management versus Operational FM (common understanding or different points of view?)
  • FM Strategy: What are the predictions? Demand uncertainties in the evaluation of FM services
  • The value of flexibility in FM
  • FM, the steward of the environment
  • Why an efficient and profitable business depends on FM
  • FM in an international context
  • FM in emerging markets
  • How to crack new markets and how to enlarge existing ones
  • Where is FM education heading?
  • Human Resources and FM/Training of people
  • The new generation in the office, office of the future and linking it to new ways of working
  • FM in the public and non-profit sector
  • Trends and innovative FM-strategies
  • IT in FM
Of course you can also apply with another topic, as long as it fits into the general context.
Please note, that co-presentations client/user will be preferred.

The deadline for abstract submission is 31 October 2012.

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