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Facilities management is a big and busy marketplace. Our unique Contracts Database helps you understand and track what’s going on by recording the key details of every deal that we report in an easy-to-use, sortable format.
Workplace Futures, FM’s annual industry conference, tackles a different theme every year – always with a carefully selected panel of knowledgeable and experienced presenters. Our post-conference White Papers capture all the content of each programme.
How do key industry players see FM today and for the future? What are their views on the challenges and the opportunities? What does that mean for their organisations? Our ongoing series of top-level Interviews offers invaluable insights.
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Whether you are new to facilities management or an experienced hand, you'll find our Resources pages are an excellent starting point for learning more about FM and what goes on in this big, dynamic and often confusing sector.
Another busy 12 months for UK FM, this time marked by extremes: from the positive news of innovations, contract wins, growth and acquisitions to the negative, with the worst of that being the stunning collapse of Carillion at the beginning of the year.
A new year is traditionally a cause for celebration, marked by optimism, determination and positive thinking. How long all that lasts, of course, is another matter. And this year there's a question mark over whether any of it even gets started.
Wednesday December 19th will see a debate in the Commons, pushing for the implementation of a mental health first aider in every workplace to help bridge the gap between mental health and physical health care legislation in business.