More than 650 delegates from all over the world visited EFMC 2013.

“Facility Management for a Sustainable Future“
was the guiding principle in 2013.

 

More than 650 FM experts from 37 countries has been in Prague.

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… and make over 230 contacts at EFMC!

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Today’s Top 5 Careers in Facility Management

“Facility management, as a profession, is a recession-proof profession. If organizations are not expending their physical assets in good economic times, they are maintaining their existing physical assets in bad economic times. Therefore, all organizations that have physical assets must hire facility managers.”

 

Jeffrey W. Rogers, Ph.D., Rochester Institute of Technology

 

  1. Maintenance Managers
    Maintenance Managers oversee asset performance and establish routine maintenance to maximize the lifespan of assets. This includes scheduling maintenance to comply with codes and regulations, condition monitoring and determining optimal use of employees, contractors and equipment. Dianna Rudd, President of Rudd Executive Search, explains why maintenance managers are in high demand, “Deferred maintenance and cost-cutting has led to the need to perform more maintenance in the coming years.”
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Strategy and Sustainability are Crucial to Facility Management

European Facility Management Conference (EFMC)
4 to 6 June 2014, Berlin, Germany

  • Over 40 speakers and more than 700 delegates expected
  • FM insights from various perspectives and on intergovernmental level
  • Study tours revealing FM in Berlin‘s sights

Duesseldorf/Berlin, March 2014 – The international facility management (FM) industry has to meet complex challenges and must anticipate future developments in economic, ecological, and social respects. This is the background for this year‘s European Facility Management Conference (EFMC) from 4 to 6 June in Berlin focusing on “Innovation, Integration, Vision” (www.efmc-conference.com). More than 700 FM executives from all over Europe and abroad are expected to attend the Business Conference, the Research Symposium, and the exhibition at Andel‘s Hotel in the German capital. The event is being hosted by the European Facility Management Network (EuroFM) and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), with the German Facility Management Association (GEFMA) being the local host.

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Globalization: Facilities Management and Translation

Globalization has created the emergence of truly international organizations and has allowed companies to expand exponentially via mergers and acquisitions. Faced with these circumstances, facilities management has had to rise to the challenge of operating on the world stage. For this reason there has been an obvious requirement for the translation of documentation and audio-visual communication platforms for multilingual audiences. This can include corporate real estate, property management, business continuity planning and FM consultancy. Read more..

SEVEN STEPS TO INNOVATIVE FM


Creating innovative approaches in the Facility Management industry usually requires facility managers to empower their teams and encourage them to capture and share their improvement suggestions. This emphasizes the collaboration amongst all employees, including executives, managers and consultants.

In order to successfully improve this innovative platform, it is important for facility managers to follow the seven steps listed below. Read more..

Brussels – GO! ‘The Schools of Tomorrow’

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One of the significant educational players in Belgium is ‘GO! Onderwijs van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap’, and is run by the Flemish Community. Despite being financed by the state, it functions independently from the Flemish Ministry of Education. GO! gathers 28 groups of schools, approximately 1,000 educational institutions representing 3,000 buildings, and roughly 300,000 students. This represents 15% to 20% of the total amount of students in Flanders and Brussels, along with about 32.000 staff members.

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