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Sodexo’s Partners with Purpose conference focuses on sustainable growth and collaboration

Yesterday (21 March), saw Sodexo UK & Ireland welcoming 43 supply partners to Brighton & Hove Albion’s Amex Stadium for its second ‘Partners with Purpose’ supply partner conference, the agenda for which focused on themes around sustainable growth and collaboration. ...

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VINCI Facilities and DIO win ICW award

VINCI Facilities Defence and DIO Regional Delivery South East teams have won the Public/Private Collaborative Working Award at the Institute of Collaborative Working (ICW) Awards, held at the House of Lords on 22 November. The Award citation stated: “The judges ...

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EMCOR UK recognised with Pioneers in Collaboration Award as re-elected corporate member of ICW

EMCOR UK has been recognised as ‘Pioneers in Collaboration’ by the Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW) and has been re-elected as a corporate member of the ICW’s Advisory Council. Established in 1990, the Institute’s role is to establish collaborative working ...

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Research suggests coffee breaks help support workplace productivity

New research suggests that hot beverages are a powerful facilitator for movement in creating moments of planned and unplanned interactions in the workplace. Thinking Smart About Productivity published by Nestlé Coffee Partners draws on insights from specialists Humanyze and workplace ...

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The YES factor

Want strong contract deals and supplier relationships? Here’s why collaboration is key. By Julian Fris, Director of FM consultancy Neller Davies, and Kate Vitasek, an American author, educator and lead researcher at the University of Tennessee Once upon a time, ...

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The future is smart for facilities management

Organisational transformation is big business these days as retail, commercial and other sectors recognise that changing and evolving is key to their sustainability. It’s easy to focus on sectors like retail where there is a more obvious shift to new ...

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