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FM Associations' Merger - Fiddling while Opportunity Burns?

If the industry wants to speak with one voice, it needs to act. And fast.


Facilities Show signs exclusive partnership with FMA for 2014 event

UBM Live, organisers of Facilities Show, has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with the Facilities Management Association (FMA) that will see the two organisations collaborate closely for the 2014 event when it moves to London’s ExCeL.


Development of the FM Industry

As the profile and development of the FM industry continues to change and grow, Chris Hoar, Chief Executive of the Facilities Management Association, looks back at where it all started, where it is now and where the future of the Facilities Management industry lies.


FMA Young Manager of the Year

With the PFM Awards now approaching, the finalists in the FMA Young Manager of the Year Award have been selected by the Facilities Management Association. The FMA Young Manager of the Year Award recognises management potential among facilities professionals at the beginning of their careers in FM. Here, in no particular order, is an introduction to this year’s young stars.


Recognising the old Masters

There is an untrained sector of the industry – the middle managers in their 30s and 40s - that is destined to lead the industry and yet is untrained to do so. That is the opinion of the Facilities Management Association (FMA), and as Tim Fryer reports, it has come up with a solution.


Fast Forward

The Facilities Management industry is constantly evolving, and adapting to meet the changing demands of the market. Chris Hoar, Chief Executive of The Facilities Management Association (FMA), explains how the FMA remains on top in this fast paced environment.


FMA Industry Insider - A cut too far?

There is evidence that in the current economic climate some UK companies are cutting back on some of their fire safety measures – which, according to Tom Welland, could potentially be putting employees’ lives at risk.


Facilities Management: The Secret Service

As the Facilities Management Association (FMA) joins PFM as a regular contributor, its Chief Executive Chris Hoar introduces the series with an overview of the industry and the role FMA members play within it.


Outstanding young FM finalists

With the PFM Awards now round the corner, the finalists in the FMA Young Manager of the Year Award have been selected by the Facilities Management Association. Finalists for the other categories were selected by the PFM judging panel and were announced in the August 2011 issue.


FMA membership increases by 53 percent

A 53 percent increase in membership numbers was announced by the FMA at its AGM this week. It was also announced that FMA Chief Executive, Chris Hoar, would continue in his current role for another two years.


BIFM and FMA sign Memorandum of Understanding

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and the Facilities Management Association (FMA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 17th August 2010. The MoU will help both organisations to provide enhanced services to their members and raise the profile of facilities management, through cooperation and collaboration.


Tidy steps down from FMA

Recognition was given at a retirement event last month for the contribution to the FMA of its former Director General, Maurice Tidy. He had been involved with the Secretariat, day to day management and direction of the FMA since its formation in 1995.


CBI at the inaugural FMA Chairman's lunch

The CBI's deputy director general, John Cridland presented some interesting economic forecasts when he spoke at the inaugural FMA Chairman's lunch. He predicted a modest 1% growth for the UK economy inn 2010, rising to 2% in the following year.


FMA expands membership

Eleven more companies have joined the FMA recently taking its membership total to more than 50 companies in the FM sector.


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