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Facilities Management 2016 Strikes Again

Wed 20th Jan 2016 | Football Industry Events

Following on from the success of last year’s show, Facilities Management 2016 returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 22 - 24 March for its third year with exciting new content.

Facilities Management 2016, which is the UK’s national Facilities event, is co-located with Maintec and The Health and Safety Event and will once again feature the Cleaning Zone, creating a highly productive three shows in one experience.

There are so many factors which can affect a facilities professional's working day, which is why Facilities Management 2016, will be addressing these core issues through its conference programme – people, politics and policy.

The show is also packed with free-to-attend educational seminars and fantastic networking opportunities for the facilities managers, business owners and operators attending. They will hear from a wealth of relevant exhibitors including Tradepoint, Servicemaster, Gritting.com, SYR Continental, Direct Telecom Services Ltd and NVC lighting about the latest innovations in the facilities industry. 

Although Facilities Management is just in its third year it has attracted strong support from exhibitors.

Henry Paulinski, Marketing Manager, LED Light Vision commented: “Easyfairs are one of the most efficient show organisers I have come across. In 40 years of exhibiting and visiting trade shows I have rarely experienced such high levels of customer service.

“The Easyfairs team make it their mission to understand your business, offer best advice and do their utmost to ensure your exhibition is successful and enjoyable.“

Daniel Gray, Facilities Management Event Manager, says: “Last year’s show proved to be a huge success yet again; the feedback we received from both exhibitors and visitors was exceptional!

“We are excited to be bringing the show back to the NEC this year with an expanded show floor, there’s never been a better time for companies to get involved.”

Registration is now open for Facilities Management 2016. Please visit the website or contact +44 (0)20 8843 8800 to register for free. 

For exhibiting opportunities at Facilities Management 2016 contact Daniel Gray on +44 (0)20 8843 8800 or email daniel.gray@easyfairs.com. For more information on the show, visit www.fm-birmingham.com.

Posted by: Aaron Gourley

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