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Socially acceptable

Recruitment experts have played a central role in the facilities management sector, volunteering for committees and associations, organising events, placing a pool of temporary facilities staff with organisations, and matchmaking senior professionals with major employers. They have provided an incredible ...

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Social Media – The business of being social

Businesses need to become social business to communicate with younger generations,says Katie King, managing director of social media consultancy Zoodikers The term ‘social business’ has been coined to describe the new generation of social media marketing. Broadcasting digital media content ...

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The video revolution: A new opportunity for FMs

This month, our resident social media expert Katie King looks at how video can be a great way to communicate with the industry. The video revolution has undoubtedly taken the internet by storm in the last five years. With the ...

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Business transformers

This week, Katie King highlights the benefits of adapting your FM business to exploit the world of social media. Be prepared to move outside of your comfort zone in 2013 as the only constant will be change. The continuous cycle ...

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Downloadable report: Social media in the facilities management sector

Following on from her packed Think FM session last week and numerous requests for access to her research, Cathy Hayward, Interim editor at FMJ and director at Magenta Associates, the communications specialists for the facilities management and business support services ...

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Keeping up with the tweeters

In her first column for FMJ, Katie King explains why 2013 is the year to finally get on ‘board’ with social media. As a new year dawns, some FMs will reflect on 2012 as a year of hype – many ...

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Social media pilot helps staff unlock 10% gas saving at DECC

The results of a project that engaged staff at the Department of Energy & Climate Change and helped them to unlock 10% gas savings at the department’s headquarters using innovative digital media tools has been unveiled. Traditionally, the biggest energy ...

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