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BIFM and ITN continue collaboration to demonstrate FM’s impact

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and ITN Productions have joined together in a unique communications partnership to produce a news and feature programme showcasing the latest innovations and best practice in facilities management (FM), which will be launched at the ThinkFM conference next year.

ITN_PRODUCTIONS_RGBTitled ‘Competitive Advantage through the Workplace‘, the programme will demonstrate the impact that FM can have in building competitive advantage in the public and private sector. It will show how it can enable organisations to achieve maximum productivity, provide the best possible customer experience, or make an organisation more energy efficient ahead of an uncertain energy future.

The programme, to be presented by Natasha Kaplinsky from the studios at ITN in central London, will follow up on the success of the partnership’s first programme which premiered at ThinkFM in 2014.

Gareth Tancred, CEO of BIFM said:

“Working with ITN Productions allows us to build on the work already carried out to raise the profile of FM, celebrate the successes and demonstrate to a much wider audience the importance and scope of the profession. It’s a unique opportunity for the industry as whole to work collaboratively to bring to life the high professional standards of FM.”

The programme will premiere to delegates at ThinkFM on May 13 2015, at Kings Place in London. The ThinkFM conference will be showcasing the latest thinking with leading examples from the workplace together with an update on the on-going collaboration involving business organisations to rethink the world of work and the spaces created to inspire, build and deliver success at work.

The programme will then be further distributed to all BIFM stakeholders and membership worldwide and through ITN’s extensive network of journalists, bloggers and writers.

In addition to news, views, comment and interviews with the leading figures in the sector, the programme will feature select case studies with the organisations who are innovating in the sector.

For more information on how you can be involved in the programme please contact ITN Productions’ Corporate Programming Director at adam.harrod@itn.co.uk.

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