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11.01.2018, 09:49

The Facilities Event Signs Top Industry Players

Events, EMEA
The Facilities Event (10th – 12th April 2018, NEC Birmingham) will deliver its strongest and most practical training and education offering in April, as leading international specialists demonstrate how the profession can boost the bottom line as a strong strategic partner to UK Plc.



Major FM and built environment brands Tradepoint, FSI, Mars Drinks,Inventry, Stannah and Idox have committed to The Facilities Event 2018 which takes place at the NEC Birmingham from 10th to 12th April 2018.


Co-located with The Health & Safety Event and The Fire Safety Event, The Facilities Event will host innovations from 200+ industry suppliers across three days.


Commenting on the 2017 event, Angela Breckenridge, on behalf of Stannah Lift Services Ltd said: “Returning to the Facilities Event at the NEC was a must for Stannah. The Show was very well organised, had just the calibre of visitors we were eager to meet and the whole event had a warm and welcoming atmosphere that complimented the excellent range of exhibitors and education on offer. Thoroughly recommended."


Tim Else, Event Director at owner Western Business Exhibitions Ltd (WBE) said: “Attracting over 5,000 senior decision-makers and purchase influencers from across the UK’s industrial, commercial and public sectors each year, The Facilities Event is a true barometer for the FM sector. We are thrilled to have such prestigious brands on board for 2018 as we get set to deliver an unrivalled platform to launch products and service to the mass built environment market.”


Under the theme Challenge, Change and Collaborate, The Facilities Event will host two FM theatres to showcase engaging and educational content. The FM Matters theatre will include keynote presentations while the FM Dialogue area promises a series of panel debates where delegates can discuss the issues of the day with their peers and experts.


The sessions at both theatres will explore the productivity puzzle, and how FM may be the key to boosting the bottom line. They will give delegates the knowledge, tools and techniques to take back to their organisations and make an immediate impact.


Interested in exhibiting at The Facilities Event? Please visit Western Business Exhibitions today at for pricing and stand options.




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