Dussmann Supports GEFMA FM Awareness Campaign
Explaining the company's decision to support the campaign, Dr. Wolfgang Häfele, Dussmann Group executive board spokesperson responsible for the DACH region, said:
“We are one of the leading FM providers in Germany and we want to make a contribution towards raising awareness of potential clients, of the FM specialists of the future, of the media and of the general public for the sector’s complexity. We already have a partnership of equality with many clients. We look forward to intense exchange with the other members of the group and are especially interested in improving conditions and the situation on the market for skilled employees.”
Following its participation in EXPO Real 2018, the biggest trade event in Europe for the real estate and real property investment industries, Dussmann identified membership of “Die Möglichmacher” as a natural fits with its promotional activities for the brand.
About Dussmann Service Deutschland
Dussmann Service Deutschland GmbH is the next-level service partner for outsourced business processes in facility management. It is among the top 5 FM providers listed in the study LÜNENDONK®-LISTE 2018. The service provider supports clients in many different sectors with facility services such as technical services, cleaning, catering, security and reception services. With a focus on innovation, digitalization and technology, Dussmann Service creates customized concepts and solutions according to sector-specific and individual client requirements. Dussmann Service is the largest company division of the internationally-oriented family enterprise, the Dussmann Group. The Group employs a workforce of 64,500 in 17 countries providing services for people, by people.
About “Die Möglichmacher”
“Die Möglichmacher” are 12 leading FM service providers, coordinated by GEFMA e.V, the German Facility Management Association. They have combined forces to promote the public image of FM and to attract young talent, qualified specialists and managers to a career in facility management. The 11 companies employ a total of more than 175.000 people and generate a combined turnover of over 10 billion Euros in Germany.