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30.01.2019, 18:55

IFMA UK-The Facilities Event 2019 Partnership

Industry & Regulatory News, Healthcare, EMEA, Americas

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) UK chapter has entered into a partnership for the next edition of The Facilities Event which returns to the NEC Birmingham from 9th-11th April.


With 24,000 members from more than 100 countries, IFMA is widely recognised as the world’s largest international association for facility management professionals. The IFMA UK chapter was formed in spring 2018 to offer FM professionals direct localised support that taps into the global industry in ways not currently available in the UK market.


At The Facilities Event 2019, the IFMA UK chapter will have its own stand to showcase the opportunities and resources available to members. The chapter will also be running networking events during the show. Members of the IFMA UK chapter will be invited to take part in the event’s CPD professional seminar programme details of which are due to be announced imminently.


Rachel Godfrey, event manager of The Facilities Event, commented: “We are very proud to be partnering with the IFMA UK Chapter. The organisation’s mission to ‘Empower Facility Professionals Worldwide’ aligns perfectly with our continuing vision to become a three-day home for the UK’s FM and workplace sector.”


IFMA UK chapter director, Dave Wilson, added: “The Facilities Event is the UK’s leading exhibition within the FM industry, and one we were eager to support. We look forward to seeing our members there.”



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