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Registration now open for Facilities Show 2015

Facilities Show 2015 will open its doors from 16-18 June 2015 at London’s ExCeL, delivering unparallel access to knowledge, innovation and solutions from across the facilities management (FM) sector.

Held in association with British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) along with partners The Building Futures Group, The Chartered Institute of Building Service Engineers (CIBSE), International Workplace and Mitie, amongst others, Facilities Show 2015 will provide three days tailored to the complex and ever changing needs of facility managers with a comprehensive programme created in consultation with the industry.

As the professional body for facilities management, BIFM will host the BIFM Careers Zone for the first time in 2015, hosting a series of advice clinics, workshops and seminars that will focus on the key career challenges for FM professionals.

Gareth Tancred, CEO, BIFM commented:

“The role of facilities managers continues to professionalise with more and more of our members seeking representation on the board. We are really excited to launch the BIFM Careers Zone at Facilities Show this year, offering a new platform that will assist facilities managers to create a clear career path. Over the three days, BIFM will be able to provide invaluable advice, support and practical help for those seeking formal training, CPD, management skill and greater career opportunities within facilities management.”

Learning and development specialists, International Workplace will run an exclusive Learning Hub that will focus on workplace regulation in international markets.

Other highlights at Facilities Show 2015 include the Meet the Buyer Programme, the new Intelligent Buildings Zone and Theatre, an expanded Interiors Zone Theatre and the Keynote Theatre.

Fergus Bird, Group event manager, UBM Live, said:

“We are really looking forward to returning to London in 2015, we have run an extensive consultation with our partners, our advisory board as well as our visitors and exhibitors to bring the most comprehensive event to date for facilities professionals.”

With the ever expanding remit of facilities professionals, attending Facilities Show in London also gives access to 4 co-located show, IFSEC International, FIREX International, Safety and Health Expo and Service Management Expo, providing solutions to all security, fire, safety & health or service management requirements.

For more information and to register for the show: www.facilitiesshow.com

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